Who’s YOUR Business Coach?

by Pamela on July 22, 2010

In Tough Economy, Hiring a Business Coach Isn’t a Luxury Anymore

The times, they are a changin: five years ago when I decided to become a coach, my friends had no idea what I was talking about. As I went through training at iPEC, I was assured that things would change, and the tipping point would come. Soon people would stop asking “what’s a business coach” and start asking “who’s your business coach?” Well, that time has come. It seems almost counter-intuitive in a recession, but it’s true.

The most successful entrepreneurs know they need new tools for new times, and recognize the importance of having a partner to help them develop those tools faster. As your coach, I’ll help you quickly identify your goals and values so they’re reflected in everything you do-whether in your business or personal life. You’ll learn how to lead with your strengths and gain the clarity to focus on tasks that allow you to be a visionary leader who can thrive in this changing economy.

Whether you’re an executive at a large company, or a small business owner, you’re under pressure to quickly implement the initiatives that will bring you the best ROI. Because many businesses are operating with smaller staffs and tight budgets, every decision counts. You must engage and utilize your employees in a whole new way. This means identifying and developing your strengths as well as those of the people who report to you. When you work with me, you’ll be equipped to flourish in this new climate.

And, you’ll be able to answer when asked “So, who’s YOUR coach?”

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