in 1970, the thought of having an outside coach to help you develop your business was unthinkable.
By 1990, if you sought out a coach more than likely termination was around the corner. Coaching was a last-ditch effort to save your butt. But something was happening. The most progressive companies at the highest levels were quietly working with experts to boost their performance, they just weren’t publicizing it.
Today, utilizing a coach to maximize your top performance is a popular choice.
Why is that?
Simple. Most business leaders are too consumed by grueling hours trying to keep the train on the tracks. Using a coach to inject new ideas and solutions is an economical way to solve problems faster.
Let’s see if any of these sound familiar to you. I’ve ranked the most sought-after advice from me into four categories:
Is your shop operating to it’s fullest potential?
Facts may not be clear, or you might have a gut feeling that you should be doing better.
I can help increase your efficiency, productivity and bottom line profit.
Lots of shops are on a great path for building their business.
Yet, some get stuck at the thought of promoting or hiring a manager.
Or, they have active leadership that needs some help and direction to be more effective.
My role is in facilitating that transition and providing a speedier direction.
For a good number of my clients, they need someone to discuss issues that come up in running a modern day shop.
Talking things through gives them clarity.
This comes with using an outside coach that has been down that path you are currently climbing.
Believe it or not, this is an all too frequent discussion I have with my clients.
Someone on their staff isn’t working out or is disrupting their business.
They seek my advice to help. You can too.
I also provide motivational support to help make your staff more effective. Why wait until there is a problem to take charge?
Last updated 5/25/2018
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