Business coaching is distinct in that it addresses the needs of both the individual and the organization they work within. This distinction makes business coaching a unique discipline within the world of coaching more broadly. Business coaches can go by many names—including executive coach, organizational coach, leadership coach, or corporate coach—yet each one focuses on the shared business goals and objectives of both the client and the organization. This dual focus separates business coaching as a distinct practice from all other kinds of coaching.
WABC Worldwide Association of Business Coaches
Who is business coaching for?
If you are a managing director, business owner or senior executive and want to:
make better decisions
set better goals and reach them faster
improve your business relationships
then business coaching is for you.
Why should I hire a business coach?
A coach pushes you and your team to break through the limitations that keep your business from reaching its potential. As an objective third party, a business coach will remove mental roadblocks and work with you to plan, build and implement effective strategies and methods.
Our business coaching principles span all industries & sectors
Coach vs. Consultant
Both a business coach and a consultant help solve problems in your business, but their approaches are quite different. A business coach focuses on you as an owner and leader. A business consultant focuses on the business and how it operates.