Business and executive coaching teaches us that we have the ability to improve ourselves as well as the people around us by taking account of what costs us time and energy throughout the day and finding the strengths in our team to benefit them and the business long-term. So, what does that actually mean? Let’s start with you as a business owner or manager. Rather than taking long lunches, showing up late or leaving early, you need to go the extra mile. Why? Because people work based on how their managers or business owners work. If you put in less effort they will as well. It’s that simple and a big reason why you need to get serious about the way you are running a company.
Next, identify what is costing you time during the day. Are you taking a long lunch or are you spending a couple hours each day on social media? Are you watching the sports channel in your office or catching up on a show you’ve watched a dozen times already? It’s amazing how many people pressed for time can find it if they tweak a couple things at the office or at home. That’s where executive coaching comes into play.
Another way business and executive coaching can benefit you long-term is to help you become a better teacher and leader. Let’s say you have someone who is struggling at customer service. They become very anxious and it impacts their work ethic and attitude when a customer is tough on them. Should you keep that person there? No, but they are a great employee so it’s on you to find a better way to use their skillset. Once you’ve moved them to another department, they are happier, and your business thrives because of it. This is how you learn to take action and become a real leader and that begins with signing up for these classes with Chad Cooper today.