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  • Writer's pictureShari Gibbons

What is Business Coaching?

Updated: 7 days ago


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Ever feel like you're running your business in a bubble?


Business coaching can be the key to unlocking a new level of success for you and your company.


Empowering You to Achieve Your Goals

Business coaching is a collaborative relationship between you, the business owner or leader, and a professional coach. The coach acts as a sounding board, strategist, and accountability partner, helping you achieve your business goals.


Here is what business coaching can offer:


·       Clarity and Vision: A coach can help you define your vision for the business, set clear goals, and develop a roadmap for achieving them.

 

·       Improved Strategy and Planning: Through coaching, you can develop effective strategies for marketing, sales, operations, and more.

 

·       Enhanced Leadership Skills: Business coaches can help you become a more effective leader, improving communication, delegation, employee engagement and team motivation.

 

·       Problem-Solving and Decision-Making: Facing a tough business challenge? A coach can provide fresh perspectives and help you work through roadblocks to find solutions.

 

·       Increased Accountability: Having a coach by your side can keep you motivated and focused on achieving your goals.

 

 

Business Coaching and Systemic Team Coaching

While business coaching offers a broad range of benefits, it's important to understand the added benefits of systemic team coaching and how a coach trained in this methodology can deliver a better return on your investment than business coaches who are not. Here is how:


Systemic Team Coaching: This approach focuses on coaching entire teams, thinking of the entire ecosystem in addition to the individuals. It helps teams improve communication, collaboration, and overall effectiveness by addressing systemic issues within the team dynamic. This can help any business owner leverage the support they are receiving from their employees by helping them build a high-performance team that achieves organizational objectives.

 

Return on Your Investment Equals Your Success with Business Coaching

No matter your current stage, business coaching can be an asset and generally returns your investment value 10:1.


By partnering with a skilled coach, you can create a specific plan to make sure you get the proper return on your investment to justify the business case for investing your capital in taking your business to the next level.

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