Business coaching for new businesses, small business and business executives. Become a successful business person … achieve the success you know you are capable of. The BIZ COACH operates with this one goal in mind … and to go beyond your limits, to achieve heights that you never considered possible.
What do we need to do to equip you and your business to be successful?
This is a facilitated program, understanding the theory using our simple stepped processes – the Biz Coach’s TOOLBOXES; coaching you to apply the theory, as it applies to you and your business. The classroom environment, gives you a parachute – allowing you to develop solutions in a practical and intensive learning program focused on new and small business and business executives.
Don’t stay in the hole you find yourself in.
“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” – Einstein
Why you should use a business coach
- To start with, business is always more complex than it first appears to be
- Running a business is not easy.
- Starting and running a brand new business is even more difficult … everything has to be started from scratch
- As an entrepreneur you invariably have no one else who you can turn to … especially someone who has the necessary experience, who you can trust, and who has time to help you, and knows what they are talking about when it comes to your unique, developing business
- When you accept that you don’t have all the answers
- The business world is changing rapidly and it is easy to be left behind
- There is always something new to learn …
Every decision you take, every Rand you spend has to be assessed.
- Your hard-earned cash is at risk … you don’t have a corporate’s budget to fund your activities.
- Every Rand spent has to work even harder, achieving a targeted purpose that you decide upon
It’s difficult to have enough time to do everything that is necessary in a day. How do you keep those very specific decisions you made that led up to starting your own business? What about having the fun you were hoping to have. Everyday will be spent working out the best way to run your business. That could put you under pressure that you have never faced before. Pressure can lead to stress and stress can cloud your vision, making it difficult to develop and assess new strategies. It’s not easy to always be asking someone for advice to achieve the goals, the goals you said you had the ability to achieve. Why take the risk of getting something wrong. A professional business coach is aware of the potential problems and is already processing possible solutions, and can work with you … coach you to adopt the right action with confidence.
Some of the practical issues we can help you with
- You think that you have a great idea, but how do you turn it into a business?
- How can you be sure that it will be profitable?
- Does my idea have real value?
- What exactly are the new business building blocks that need to be put into place?
- I think I know what needs to be done, but I would prefer having someone to coach me to avoid making the mistakes that everyone makes?
- I’ve been employed by a company, but I don’t know what they’re talking about when they talk about starting, managing and developing new businesses … marketing … project management, writing a marketing plan?
- How do I write a business plan?
As an essential part of the process we follow with each client, these steps are essential and fixed.
01 Create a conducive and challenging coaching environment
02 No-charge initial consultation – we prefer to talk before we walk – this is at no charge
03 Agreed process, with key performance indicators and confidentiality agreement – signed
04 Coaching review and agreement – signed
05 Payment structure – agreement and payment structuring
06 Coaching programme development – at what level, do you prefer a purpose built programme, is there greater value in retaining my service for a extended period.
07 Business and/or Personal analysis, self awareness + understanding
08 Implementation Coaching process
09 Post coaching initiative review