Everyone has different pro’s and con’s when it comes to business coaching – here are a few of the facts, stats, and info that I find helpful.
Transform the to-do’s and one-days into manageable S.M.A.R.T goals; then have someone to be accountable. This lets you talk through how you ended up putting it off, or uncover what’s constantly detracting from your own objectives.
Many business owners and similar are in positions of power. The problem with that is that most of the people in their lives are therefore answerable to them. Who’s there to challenge and hold up a mirror demanding results.
Managing staff is difficult. But a lot of it isn’t personality integration and holiday request forms, but learning how and where to apply boundaries. Control and delegation is something many of my clients delegate their coaching time to.
We work in a world where corporate social responsibility has more influential than business leaders of the past could have predicted. Let’s take the time to map this out.
There are very few restrictions on the matters we discuss in coaching. If something comes up – whatever the basis; if it bothers you or you want to gain some scope, we’ll cover it.
To an extent, this includes personal life too – nothing happens within a vacuum, so we don’t restrict things too much. It’s important to stress that coaching is not therapy, and should a conflict in that area come up we will discuss a referral to someone who can help.
So, am I right for you? Maybe yes, maybe no. I realise the typical coach thing to do is scream Yes! Of course, I can help anyone! but as simply optimistic and fluffy as that might be, I’m too much of a realist to believe it.
If you’d like to find out…
With over ten years of on-the-ground branding and marketing experience, a wealth of CPD (I love learning, so continuing professional development is a core attribute of mine), combined with my qualifications in coaching, brand strategy, and leadership; I feel confident that I can help almost anyone interested in my coaching range.
My style of coaching is quite blended – which makes it hard to explain. The simple version is that I work best tailoring to each client – adjusting my “toolkit” appropriately. Some of those tools include assessments, some are questioning techniques, whilst others are physical activities.