What Does a Business Coach Do?
The business coach’s job is to guide the client through the different points, methodologies, philosophies, and ideologies required for attaining the targeted goals for growth. The coach is there to guide, hold accountable, to alter, shift, or pare down perspective or mindset in order to help get through real or imagined constraints. There’s a multiplicity of ways that a coach can work. But basically, the coach collaborates with the client to help the client. The coach doesn’t do the client’s work. The coach helps the client to achieve, over a period of time, a specific or an integrative goal that they set together. And it depends on the relationship. They could establish numerous goals and may do them one at a time for a long duration. It could be a short duration. It could be any of a number of things.
Why Do Most Business Owners Never Achieve Their Goals?
- They are abstract hopes and dreams.
- They don’t reverse engineer.
- They don’t have plans.
- They don’t monitor their progress.
- They don’t correct and adjust.
What Types Of Coaches Are Available to Business Owners?
There’s a multitude of coaches. There are coaches for executives, for the sales people, coaches for customer service people; there are all kinds of coaches.
- Curriculum Areas
- Sales Effectiveness
- Process Improvement
- Team Member Engagement
- Leadership Development
- Customer Service
- Presentation Effectiveness