Hiring a business coach isn’t cheap – it’s an investment. An investment in your career. An investment in your life. An investment in your relationships. Ask anyone who has ever hired a coach and they will tell you it’s the best money they have ever spent to improve their professional and personal life.
A coaching client I’ve been working with for the past 6 months, admitted that he was skeptical about working with a coach. A highly successful business leader, he was recently hired in an organization that provides new executives a coach as part of their on-boarding process. He shared that after the first few sessions he realized the value of business coaching and how it can help drive business change and results. Rather than spending this first 6 months just trying to “figure things out,” together we crafted a strategic plan that helped him reorganize his division of 900 people and initiate much needed change to improve operations and efficiency. These early wins helped build credibility and trust with his staff and now they are highly engaged and moving together to achieve the division goals and priorities.
Truth: Some companies will financially support providing a coach. Others leave it to the employee to pay for the coach but support the time away from the office to do the coaching.
Coaching is about improvement, growth and business success. A coach helps clients leverage strengths, develop new skills and serves as an accountability partner. Do you want more courage to change and more confidence to lead? A coach is worth every penny as they can help you get real results, fuel higher profits and transform your business – and ultimately, your life.
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