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Business Coaching

The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step - Lao Tzu


What is business coaching?

If you want to become a more successful business owner or executive, business coaching could be the answer. Business coaching is a process in which a professional coach works with a businessperson to pursue their goals. A business coach helps their clients build leadership skills, create business strategies, and improve their mindset, among other things. If a new business owner has limited experience, a professional coach speeds up their growth through feedback. Business coaching is all about exponential professional and business growth.


Who are business coaches?

Business coaches are seasoned professionals who enable startups, entrepreneurs, and corporate leaders with advice and feedback based on their actual business needs. Usually, they have high levels of expertise in specific industries and disciplines and real-world experience as entrepreneurs and business leaders. They combine these important elements with coaching skills like active listening and the ability to ask powerful questions. As a result, they can offer tailored advice and actionable plans. A business coach is a catalyst for creating and achieving action plans. They can also help with KPIs that drive accountability, improve results, and deliver extended periods of substantial business growth.


What to expect from business coaching?

With the help of their coach, the entrepreneur or corporate leader can create a solid and strategic business plan that drives company growth. An experienced business coach helps business leaders discover and clarify their core values and vision and align with corporate values. From there, the leader can develop the solid executive presence and rock-solid confidence needed to lead their team to success.

A corporate leader and coach relationship is a safe and sacred space. Once trust is built, corporate leaders can freely share their most profound doubts without fear and explore novel ideas for growth or try on new ways to become better leaders.

A business coach can give corporate executives and business owners the highest level of accountability. With more accountability, leaders and their teams are more likely to take action on big ideas and the things that scare them. Coaches can be trusted confidantes for facilitating corporate growth and personal development.


Results from business coaching as pointed out by business leaders.

Revenue growth: Boosting revenue and increasing market share are the main reasons leaders seek out business coaches.

Resilience: One of the greatest traits of a strong executive or business owner is the ability to bounce back from even the biggest of setbacks. That’s why business coaches teach various resilience-building strategies, like positive psychology and challenging negative assumptions. 

Leadership: Many business coaches are not only trained coaching experts, but they’ve also served on the front as company leaders. Consequently, they are a unique leadership partner who can serve as a mirror to executives expanding their skills. 

Team-building: Business coaches help to identify the holes in an organization that needs to be filled to drive expansion. They help to pull together the right chemistry of people who will respect, challenge, and complement each other. Business coaches can meet prospective executive hires to determine fit and skill.


Additional benefits of business coaching - development of hard and soft skills

Seasoned business coaches can teach and model the following hard and soft skills leaders need to reach their full potential.


Self-awareness: By working with a business coach, leaders can better examine their attitudes and actions to understand their triggers and motivators.

Emotional control: Employees look to their leaders for guidance and assurance during a crisis. This is why successful executives should be experts at controlling their emotions. A business coach will instruct clients in emotional management skills when challenging emotions develop during a coaching session.

Confidence: Clients frequently comment on how coaching makes them feel more at ease, motivated, and confident. In fact, when a business coach works with an executive coachee, confident feelings come quickly. Business leaders gain an understanding of company objectives, operational procedures, and emotional triggers.

Emotional intelligence: The ability to read a room and adapt their message to different audiences is a sign of a great leader. They have high empathy levels and can quickly understand what motivates others. Emotional intelligence is an executive superpower that business coaches cultivate in their coachees. 

Optimism: Effective leaders are optimistic. They see the learning and development potential even in the hardest of situations. Optimism can come naturally, but it’s also a skill that can be learned through coaching.

Strategic planning and review: The best coaches are experienced business strategists. As a result, it helps leaders and their teams plan and execute better strategies. Together, coaches and coaches can create roadmaps using a step-by-step strategic planning process.

Analytical Capabilities: Data is the driving force behind many successful companies. Business coaching helps clients get out of their comfort zones while bridging gaps in their data analysis skills.

Marketing: Business coaches often research a client company's brand and market dynamics as part of their pre-coaching discovery work. This can serve as valuable information when coaching executives but can also support a secure conversational framework for exploring new data-driven market opportunities and audiences. Before making any major product or marketing investments, executive coaches have an expert eye for reviewing and critiquing profitability and developing plans.

Speaking and presentation: Not all leaders are naturally facilitators and speakers. Some suffer from stage fright and feelings of inadequacy that affect their ability to connect with an audience. To overcome these challenges, trainers recreate safe zones to explore topics such as imposter syndrome and persuasive speaking. Experienced business coaches can also review critical presentations and practice basic speaking skills with their coaches. 

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