• Alan Ball

Could you benefit from hiring a business coach ?

Most people have heard about business coaches. However there’s a huge gap between hearing about them and recognising what they can offer.

Thinking outside the business

For starters, it’s not just a case of thinking outside the box. A business coach thinks outside the business. Sometimes you can be so close to whatever you are doing, you lose clarity. A business coach can provide that clarity. They can make it easier to see things from a distance and make better decisions because of it. You’ll get a whole new perspective as a result.

A source of encouragement

Running your own business is a challenge, no matter how far along the road you are. You may not always have a source of support to turn to. A business coach can provide the source you need. Regular meetings will also ensure you have that input to look forward to.

A confidential sounding board

When you hire a business coach, every session between the two of you will be completely confidential. This means you can discuss whatever you wish. The coach has no connection to your business, which means they can devote their attention entirely to your needs. You can discuss your role, the way you approach business and day-to-day tasks, and anything else that is relevant or important at the time. Your coach will be able to help you by acting as a sounding board – and no one else need ever know.

Finding solutions to problems

No matter what business you are in, you’ll encounter problems along the way. That’s pretty much a given. What can change is the way you tackle them. Sometimes you may struggle to find an appropriate solution. You can sleep on a problem, brainstorm solutions and rely on your experience to find the right path forward. Yet you may still come up against the proverbial brick wall. A business coach may be able to help you knock that wall down. Since they are removed from the business so to speak, they can help you move towards solutions. They can help you brainstorm in ways you may never have considered before.

Asking the right questions

Even the best manager or business owner will overlook things in their quest to perform their role to the best of their abilities. It’s so easy to get tunnel vision, leaving you to completely overlook elements that might be obvious to others. A good business coach can ask the right questions – questions that will steer you towards a better performance on a continued basis.

A greater degree of efficiency

You may find your relationship with a business coach causes you to become more efficient too. It’s easy to think a weekly meeting with a coach takes you away from your work. Yet the time you spend together will likely be extremely fruitful. You will probably find you come away from that meeting with plenty of ideas and ways to take your business forward. In short, some time spent with a business coach might just be one of the best things you do. 

Executive business coach


Email :-                alan@rosiabay.co.uk

Telephone:-        +44 7500 900992

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