- On October 31, 2015
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Top athletes have a team of coaches. Successful actors have acting coaches. Today more and more executives and business professionals at all levels, are discovering the power of executive coaching. Studies in the US have shown that those in executive level positions are logging upwards of 50 hours per week. Americans are logging more time in the office, than ever before. With all of these demands, plus balancing family, hobbies, health etc. utilizing executive coaching can be very beneficial. A coach can help you to prioritize, establish objectives and sales goals, and help you to streamline your day. Coaches can be brought in to work with your entire team, increasing productivity and morale.
I have personally performed executive coaching services for numerous professionals and organizations. I implement goal setting, leadership development techniques, and an overall strategy for the business. Results are seen almost immediately with the right objectives put into place. I look at resources, budgeting, staff and everything that goes into making the business run. Clients have seen immediate profit from my initial analysis and recommendations for their operation.
Executive coaching can can more of a personal approach as well. I have worked with individuals on overall self improvement. As a person becomes more focused and driven overall, they are able to more effectively manage things at work.
I’ve found my “find it, focus, follow through” method works wonders when consulting for business. Locating areas of improvement, creating action plans and strategy, and finally setting up the pathways for continued success have allowed previous clients of mine to become very successful. Making excellent money, and living the lives they have always dreamed of.