How to apply what you’ve learnt from Business Coaching
As a Business Coach it is really easy to identify the needs of my clients to move their businesses on to the next level. If you do come on board, and this applies to you, there are several options when it comes to applying what you’ve learnt from Business Coaching:
1. Do it yourself
As much as possible we will identify actions that you can do yourself. If you have the time, or resources internally that allow you to do so. I will make sure that you understand what to do and how to do it. Or if it is something which is a technical skill, I will introduce you to someone who can teach you how to do this yourself.
2. Get your staff to do it
I am a big advocate of delegation, so if you have staff, get their engagement in these actions, so you can be free to maintain the direction of the business, and the tasks which DO require your input. I can work with you to train your staff how to complete these actions. Either by training them directly, or teaching you how to train them.
3. Outsource it
Many, many business growing and managing tasks can be outsourced to 3rd parties. Keeping you free to pursue other, fee earning, activities. I frequently introduce my clients to my trusted pool of suppliers. And in many cases I do work FOR the clients as well. Typical introductions that I make:
- Bookkeeping / Payroll
- Virtual assistant / telephone answering
- Social Media Marketing
- IT services / software set up
- Web design
I don’t make introductions willy nilly. I will have assessed your needs and resources, discussed your options with you, before making any introductions. I only introduce you to third parties that I would use myself.
Additional things that I can do for you
- Implementing projects, and / or training those who will run them continuously
- Research; market, product, competitors, customer etc.
- Early stages of staff selection
- Marketing strategy implementation
- Blogging / website upkeep
- Each of these services are priced bespoke in accordance with the requirements of the company requiring them. For more information, please get in touch.
Want to know more about how I can help? Drop me a line or give me a call. A successful coaching relationship depends upon a great rapport, so it’s important to talk. I want to get to know you, see inside your world and we can assess how we’d go from there!