We would like to offer you a systematic approach to address the biggest issues you and your organization face.
The process of transforming your organization must start with you and/or your team. Our coaching system is a proven methodology developed to address your needs.
We will complement and challenge you by bringing:
- An outside perspective
- Perceptiveness derived from involvement in a range of business experiences
- Capacity for creative and critical thinking and learning
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Coaching and Self Awareness
Enhancing self-awareness is an important benefit of coaching, as it helps bring change. Sometimes behavior may be driven by mistaken rationales or beliefs.
We challenge the personal assumptions and beliefs that can result in you doing more of what is not working, or overlooking solutions to problems.
Some people believe that no one can do the job as well as they can and therefore must do everything themselves. Others believe they can not afford good people so they settle for mediocre performance. There are those that believe that if they ignore a specific situation, it might fix itself, and therefore they do not confront certain problematic issues. Others believe they are 100% responsible for everything that people in their department do and therefore must review everyone’s work.
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Coaching and Leadership
Leadership is a particular concern for the small business owner or entrepreneur. It can be quite difficult to go from being the person who creates the product or service to the person in charge of the company.
Coaching can be invaluable for helping you develop and communicate a strategic plan, clarify your role as president or CEO, delegate authority to others, and focus attention on a long-term vision.
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Coaching and the Business Life Cycle
A company’s stage in the business life cycle helps determine likely focus areas to be covered during the coaching process.
Executives in early-stage companies manage the myriad of details involved in selecting the appropriate business structure, locating professional service providers, deciding between hiring versus outsourcing, developing marketing and sales strategies, and getting orders in the door.
Managing a growing enterprise involves revising a strategic plan or a business plan, hiring the right talent, developing more sophisticated organizational systems, evaluating competitive threats, growing at the right pace, and for many business owners, the need to delegate day-to-day tasks to other people.
Executives of established companies deal with changing customer needs, encouraging innovation, and finding ways to increase productivity and efficiency. Sometimes there is expansion into new markets, or major new product offerings as a means of capturing additional market share. Executives need to evaluate opportunities, hire more experienced managers, work on a new management structure, or decide on major investments in new technology or equipment.
The discussion on the right side of this page looks at the different coaching systems we offer.
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