Executive coaching is a powerful source for those in leadership positions.
Highly experienced executive coaches provide one-on-one guidance to help leaders and professionals identify areas of improvement, develop their skills, and use them to achieve success.
Managers can become more effective in the workplace and reach their long-term professional goals with tailored advice and support on how best to lead teams.
Executive coaching has also been proven to boost job satisfaction and create lasting change through personalized feedback and constructive analysis.
Every business owner and manager has to address the issue of employee conflict from time to time. The conflicts I see and hear about typically have to do with personal habits or less-than-mature social strategies which manifest themselves in annoying or inappropriate comments and behaviors. It’s adults lacking positive relational and social skills, or “emotional […]Read More
As the number of employees increases in a business, there is more and more need for a management system and a management leader. In a perfect world, business owners would hire people for specific roles, and they would do their job without needing anything from the owner/manager. But that’s not the real world. I’ve often […]Read More
Executive coaching and business coaching continue to rise in demand and popularity. It is increasingly common to hear business owners and executives talk about their “coach.” You will also hear terms used like “life coach,” “leadership coach,” “organizational coach,” “process improvement coach,” “management coach,” or “performance coach.” However, the most common terms used in business […]Read More
I prefer the term Accountability Chart, one of the foundational tools to the EOS methodology, over Organizational Chart and here’s why…Read More
Several years ago, Jim Collins popularized the phrase, “Get the right people on the bus and the wrong people off the bus.” In his book, Good to Great, Collins points out that research suggests that the best leaders did not really start with vision and strategy. Instead, they first got the right people on the […]Read More
Small business owners talk to me weekly about why their business is “stuck.” They ask me for advice about why it’s not growing. Of course there are several possible causes for this, but one common cause is what I call “System Bottlenecks.” These “bottlenecks” will keep your business from growing, preventing you from taking it […]Read More
“People cannot be managed. Inventories can be managed, but people must be led.” -H. Ross Perot For many years now I’ve wrestled with the question, “What do followers really want from their leaders?” In that time, I’ve read several good resources, but my most valuable insights have come from conversations and my own personal experiences. […]Read More
My mission is to empower business owners to achieve exceptional performance in their businesses and their lives. One primary way I accomplish this is to re-educate and re-focus business owners to lead more and work less. If they can understand this concept, they will be able to enjoy greater freedom, financial success, and happiness. In […]Read More
Too many small business owners are by default small leaders, and this costs them dearly! However, it doesn’t have to be this way. Too many of us excel in “doer-ship” instead of “leadership,” and unfortunately, it shows in our businesses and our lives. Too many owners of small businesses are micro-managers who like to touch […]Read More