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Here’s what you get from
business coaching by
Perspective, counsel and accountability.
A sound operating basis.
Problem solving and decisions support.
Great strategy and execution.
The basis for on-going success.
The benefits to be expected from working with a
business coach over
A business coach can help you see the big picture and then focus on the specific areas that need your immediate attention.
Crystal-clear goal setting.
Setting goals is a critical part of success. A business coach can help you think more strategically to see how every move you make puts you one step closer to your goals.
In addition to helping you set your goals, a good business coach will hold you accountable for following through on the things you need to do to achieve those goals.
It can be difficult to see all of the different ways to tackle a problem by yourself. A business coach can be a sounding board and a creative thinker who has ideas you never would have considered.
Business coaching can be instrumental beyond just growing your business. The skills you will learn and knowledge you have will gain will help you grow as a person as well.
An experienced business coach has seen it all—the good, the bad, and the ugly. You simply can’t discount the wisdom that comes from years of working with so many different types of companies and other organizations, and business owners, leaders, executives, professionals and entrepreneurs from all walks of life.
A business coach can help you redirect your efforts and your business to what most contributes to profitability and can help you adapt to the changing economy.
Smarter financial planning.
A business coach can help you with everything from developing a budget to pricing new services.
Working with a business coach puts an advocate in your corner every step of the way along your road to success.
How we start
a coaching relationship
We meet to get to know one another and determine compatibility, begin to develop an understanding of your situation and goals, and provide information on our coaching process.
We agree on the initial length of engagement (at least three to six months and ideally a year are strongly recommended to make meaningful progress and instill processes and good habits) and frequency of meetings (3-4 weekly meetings a month are recommended to maintain momentum).
We have you complete a thorough intake questionnaire and provide more information on your business, position and/or practice.
Determine how we will
measure progress and success
We begin regular meetings in which we document our discussions as we work through your challenges and opportunities, set goals, track your progress, share business processes and tools and other resources to help you plan, implement and measure results, and provide support and accountability.