With the help of Business Coaching, you can learn how to say YES to the possibilities and how to say NO to the energy vampire behavior, how to make the balance and strong ties in your life.
Are you ready to take the steering wheel of managing your life? The main aim of career coaching is to accomplish the plans of the individual and to realize those steps with the help of which the individual is able to get from one point to the other. It helps you to get rid of those hindrances which have restrained you so far. In a proper environment and with appropriate support, you can achieve everything that you would like.
Business Coaching helps that your colleagues trust their own abilities in order to achieve a common aim, have a positive attitude to the changes and be aware of their own limits. After one or two coaching sitting with executives and managers or interactive group sessions we have experienced that colleagues are more effective, they can achieve higher results in their work and they are able to determine and use their renewed skills and they are self-confident enough to stand in front of new organizational and market challenges. Stress at workplaces can spoil a lot of people’s life and it has a bad effect on their private life as well. We have experienced that during a co-operation you have the chance to defeat the barriers and you will be able to open to your work and family.
Mainly executives, managers and senior managers take part in business coaching, encouraging those who stand at the top of an organization to take strategic responsibility.
Business Coaching is a type of personal or human resource development. It provides positive support, feedback and advice to an individual or group basis to improve their personal effectiveness in the business setting. Business Coaching includes executive coaching, corporate coaching and leadership coaching.
Who is Business Coaching For?
Business Coaching is for companies or organizations that want to invest in the growth and development of their people. They see business coaching as a strategic initiative to improve the corporate culture and be more successful.
Business Coaching is often sought to remedy a specific pain within the organization such as high worker turnover, decreased morale, employee burnout, poor communication, or decreased sales. All of these issues can be addressed with a well designed coaching program.
Depending on the needs and goals of the company, business coaching programs can be created to directly impact top-level executives, middle managers, and even front-line staff.
Business Coaching can help entrepreneurs break through barriers that are holding them back and focus on the actions necessary to achieve their goals. In addition, many business owners now have tremendous interest in investing in coaching for their leadership teams to improve the performance of everyone at their companies resulting in greater synergistic success.
Of the 2,130 clients surveyed by the ICF (according to the 2009 ICF Global Coaching Client Study), over 70% reported significant improvements in the following five areas:
Other areas of improvement cited include:
– Work/life balance
– Career opportunities
– Personal organization
– Business management
– Time management
What you will get
I will help you to learn and master specific business management concepts and techniques for overcoming performance difficulties. I will do the following:
Clarify the business management skills you want to acquire
Reminds you why these business skills are important
Work with you to determine in detail how to approach a business task/activity
Observes your performance
Evaluates your performance by giving feedback
Ensures your growth through challenges, requests, and homework
Types of Business Coaching
Business Coaching for Top Management
Business coaching for managers is commonly referred to as executive coaching or leadership coaching. During the 70s and 80s when business coaching was in its infancy, the first individuals to receive coaching were senior executives. This is often still the case. Companies invest in coaching for their executives because they are the highest paid individuals in the company and the ones responsible for creating change within the organization.
Executive coaching is designed to help facilitate professional and personal development to the point of individual growth, improved performance and contentment. Most important, the coach attempts to stimulate the client’s self-discovery by posing powerful questions and/or assigning homework that may take the form of “thought experiments” with written product or “field experiments” which are actions to try in the real world that may result in experiential learning and development of new approaches to situations.
Executive coaches work their clients towards specific professional goals. These include career transition, interpersonal and professional communication, performance management, organizational effectiveness, managing career and personal changes, developing executive presence, enhancing strategic thinking, dealing effectively with conflict, and building an effective team within an organization.
Expat and Global Executive Coaching deals specifically with the unique set of challenges created from crossing cultures following an international or domestic relocation. This niche of coaching tends to center around adapting to a new culture, identity issues created within relocating families, difficulties attaining professional goals amidst a changing political and social structure, and other social and personal hurdles unique to each individual. This method of coaching is either individual, or group-based and helps the client gain fulfillment, success and a sense of identity in the areas that are coached.
Career Coaching focuses on work and career or issues around careers.
Career coaching is not to be confused with life coaching, which concentrates on personal development. Read More…
Business Coaching for Front-Line Staff
Business coaching for front-line staff is sometimes referred to as performance coaching, or as team coaching if delivered as part of a group initiative.
Small Business Coaching
The difference between small business coaching and business coaching for large companies is in scale and complexity. Regardless of size, all companies have a financial motive for using coaching. The major difference, having spoken to both small business coaches and their clients, is that many small business owners will also rely on their business coaches for expert business knowledge in addition to the coaching. Small business owners don’t always have the luxury of big budgets and employees with specialized skill sets. Therefore, if a small business coach can also offer expert knowledge, they can get more benefit from a single relationship. For example, a small business owner may hire a coach who is an expert in social media marketing, writing business plans, project management, human resources, or any number of other areas.