Executive & Team Coaching

The best athletes in the world have coaches.  Why wouldn’t a business leader have a coach? Coaching provides motivation, accountability, new strategies and tactics and de-briefs on how the organization or individual is performing, whether on the field or off.

 

Improved Results

A business coach helps discover new ways to make improvements through partnering and defining what it is you want to accomplish.

 

Time

Leveraging your time is a key to success.  It is an asset that once spent you can never get back. Effective coaching results in improved time management.

 

New Perspective

Evaluating alternative options provides greater opportunities for business success.  An effective coach stimulates thinking in an objective manner that results in broader range of opportunities.

 

Communication

Oral, written and physical communication are key indicators of leader success.  A business coach can help improve message delivery.

 

Focus

Developing goals and objectives determine focus and expectations.  They help guide activities that in turn are prioritized and focused. A coach helps you define, re-define and generate appropriate actions to achieve your specific milestones and goals.

 

The Two C”s “Confidence & Confidentiality”

A business coach provides support and is a sounding board for new ideas.  A coach is also a confidant. You can talk to your coach about issues that would not be appropriate to share with others in your company. What is said to a coach, stays with the coach.

 

 

 Blackburn Advisory  Alliance of CEO's SBA-Dr-Ann-Blackburn