New Startup Sayge Aims to Transform Work with “Coaching for the Rest of Us”

Coaching and culture builder Sayge, co-founded by CEO Jamie Bryan and Chief Coaching Officer Katie Stricker, announced its launch today. Designed to deliver “coaching for the rest of us,” Sayge is headquartered in New York City and offers remote one on one coaching services to a global audience. Founded with the mission of transforming people’s working lives by helping them to maximize their personal and professional potential, Sayge helps companies build employee-first cultures for happier, more engaged and more productive employees.

“People demand more from their jobs today and companies recognize the need to respond to that,” said Jamie Bryan. “Sayge strives to help companies adopt and execute on an employee-first mindset — an approach that helps sets them apart in the war for talent. The companies we work with have already seen the positive impact that coaching has on employee engagement, productivity and retention — and, ultimately, on their organization’s bottom line.”

Sayge currently has 15 coaches who are working with more than 50 employees at eight companies, including Figliulo & Partners, Grace Blue and Tribal Worldwide. The company is developing its technology platform and has extended its services beyond the advertising and marketing industry as part of its continuing growth plans and ambition to coach more than 1,000 individuals in 2018.

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