Many entrepreneurs start their business blindly and hope to learn as they go along. Business coaching unlocks the barriers to success guides them through the tough times and helps them succeed faster!
Do you work for a toxic boss and feel powerless to do anything about it? If so, you are not alone? Do you work for a toxic boss and feel powerless to do anything about it? If so, you are not alone? You might need to hire a life or business coaching to take back your power.
Delusional bosses are usually completely unaware of how their behavior effects their performance. Research tells us there is a positive correlation to stress and unawareness. Challenging the delusional boss can be risky for they are the least receptive to feedback.
Goals can create dangerous expectations which lead to appalling behavior. If you don’t reach your goals, this can lead you into a perpetual state of anger, frustration and disappointment which ultimately leads you to feeling like a failure.
Most people accept that setting and achieving goals are a key driver of success. However, goal obsession can lead to exactly the opposite. If you are so obsessed with achieving one goal, you often overlook the bigger vision. You win the battle but lose the war.
A happy, eager employee is often the factor to tip the scales in your favor when there’s another job opportunity on the horizon, or when a client is a tough one to handle – a satisfied team member will always deliver their best performance.
Praise is often underused and undervalued as a way of giving feedback, yet it has considerable potential to improve performance. Feedback and praise can be same thing; praise is feedback but feedback isn’t always about giving praise.
The top two reasons a start-up fails to become profitable is poor management and inadequate financing. Not having a business plan, ill trained employees, a bad location, poor customer service and even fraud can all contribute to a start-ups failure to gain momentum and become profitable.
Ever been to a meeting that dragged on forever and you couldn’t wait for it to end. You come away feeling, “Well that was a big waste of time and effort.” Consider the hourly rate of everyone who attends a meeting. This is a hidden cost most managers don’t think about.
Conflict in meetings is not always a bad thing. It can be exciting and energizing especially when it comes to new and innovative discussions. However, when not controlled, conflict can disrupt important initiatives and cause a major breakdown in teamwork.