What Does Business Coaching Offer to The Business Owner?
Has your business hit a plateau? Are you having problems getting your team members to work together? Is your personal and professional life out of balance? Do you ever feel like you’re in a rut? Are you stressed? Is your career fulfilling? It’s time to consider working with a business coach!
The problem is that we often do the same things day in and day out. We walk through life on autopilot, with no conscious control. Albert Einstein defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Does this sound familiar? It’s no wonder that so many of us are dissatisfied with our present circumstances. But I can help.
Unlike many coaches, I have direct (and successful) experience running my own businesses. I’ve grown organizations to millions of dollars in sales and managed hundreds of staff and volunteers. Eventually, I sold a business for a profit higher than my wildest dreams. All this means I’m uniquely qualified to offer advice on a variety of high-level business concerns, like:
- Financials & expenses
- Business systems
- Hiring & retaining talent
Of course, I’m more than a technical and strategical guru. I’m known for my holistic, balanced philosophy that integrates all the elements of a person — the business leader, parent, spouse, friend, hobbyist, pet parent, and more — for whole-person fulfilment. Consider me your:
- Accountability partner
- Goal setting advisor
- Mental block remover
- Boundary setting teacher
- Confidence gap bridger
Feeling stuck, or adrift in a world of entrepreneurial solitude? Consider leadership training. I have created a 7 session leadership development training course. During this course, we will learn about the most important qualities of effective leadership and how to develop them. Each meeting starts and ends by asking if there are particular concerns to ensure that issues are discussed in a timely and helpful manner. Our process makes it easy for the participants to learn the material straightforwardly and interactively:
- The group is a safe space for sharing ideas
- Everyone is heard and feels valued
- Meetings are on task with thoughtful agendas