All businesses can use a coach. The best ones already do.
There is a reason that top corporations send their executives to executive coaches and leadership training. Coaching provides a customized approach which listens to the small business owner, company executive or employee – and helps them improve their success in their most important investment: their personnel and projects.
Corporate coaching assists employees and management in making behavior and workplace improvements, and the health of the relationships inside the company. Read more about the benefits of coaching for and within the business world.
Innovate, elevate efficacy, or start a new venture.
Everyone needs help periodically. Everything needs to change, improve, grow, or innovate. Instead of becoming bound in frustration or procrastination, smart business people seek a facilitator to move them (or their employees) to the next level.
Physical Mind is foremost a coaching business: facilitating changes on many levels.
Business Coaching examples from Physical Mind:
- A small business has new ideas for innovation or growth, but is challenged by poor workflow habits. It chooses coaching to improve its marketing, project preparation, or project achivement.
- A company management team chooses group coaching to improve its employees' health by lunchtime group session thus lowering insurance claims, absenteeism, and raising productivity.
- A corporation chooses individual coaching for employees to improve workflow, communication issues, or home issues that are brought into the workplace.
- An executive seeks coaching to improve his effectiveness with direct-reports.
- A corporation works with a wellness director to improve its employees' health. The wellness director turns to a coach to create health-education materials that reach the employees in a deep powerful way.
- A corporation arranges for an onsite health coach to meet individually with employees, thus cutting insurance rates, reducing absenteeism from illness, and raising productivity from high energy.
- A small company has a great concept but no concrete ideas how to promote its ventures. It hires a coach to facilitate promotion, social media, and increase the production of the core team.
- A large company wants a peer-health-mentoring program for its employees, but has no staff members trained in coaching methods. It chooses to have a program created especially for its employees, incluuding a custom seminar teaching the basics of the program and of coaching.
- A mid-sized company wanted to improve its communications between managers and subordinates, so it chose a lecture about coaching and an onsite workshop to teach managers the delicacies of coaching.
- An individual business owner wanted to improve its public speaking and presentation methods.
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