Frequently asked questions
Contact us, after contact we setup an appointment. We meet with you and discuss your needs. Once we have an understanding of what your needs are, we will provide you with pricing.
We have helped many various industries. Our hands on approach and experience is what makes us different to other business coaches.
- organizing your thoughts
- creating a practical and effective plan
- prioritize goals and tasks
- being more accountable for following through on tasks
- maintaining high motivation even in the face of difficulties
- understanding how you sabotage your efforts (and figuring out what to do about this self-sabotage)
- The first type of client is one who already has a business and wants to grow it or expand to new areas.
- The second type of client is just getting started in a new business, but knows exactly what business she wants to be in.
- The third type of client has several ideas for businesses, but he isn’t sure yet which one (or which combination) will work best for him, or if there’s something he hasn’t thought of yet that might be the best fit.
The simplest way to explain it is…
Having a business coach is like having a personal trainer… Someone who sits on the sideline and watches your game, identifies where you can tweak your performance, and helps you isolate, identify and develop the critical skills need to improve both your personal effectiveness and the performance of your business.
Yes! We work by appointment only.
FAQ – Business Coaching throughout Johannesburg combines these 4 primary components…
1. Motivation – Creating momentum by inspiring the coachee to pursue their goals with vigor. This is done by gaining a deeper understanding of the individual and what drives them. Aligning the coachee’s personal and business goals is the critical first step in getting lasting change.
2. Education – Teaching the coachee business skills that will help them manage and build their business is a core foundation to successful coaching. This includes marketing, sales, financial, planning, management and leadership skills.
3. Accountability – Having someone holding you to account is a critical component of the business coaching process. The coach does this by providing a consistent framework with a working business plan and regular reporting to hold the business owner accountable to an outside party.
4. Breakthrough – When education and accountability are combined in the right proportions, pressure is applied to the coachee to grow. This pressure applied in the right way will cause growth and permanent change in the coachee.