Coaching is a customized one-on-one approach to maximizing results in an individual’s business and life. The basic philosophy of coaching is that humans are great, that we’re all discovering what we really want and that we can get what we want faster and easier by having a coach who’s been there and who can help us.
Usually the more successful an individual or organization, the more likely they are to utilize a coach. Coaching is not about fixing but about helping taking performance to the next level. Thus, examples of people who use coaches include:
• Successful business owners and executives (from small business owners to CEO’s of Fortune 500 companies)
• Successful sports stars
• Successful Account Managers/Sales Executives/Financial Advisors (in all industries).
• Successful Coaches (including Joseph Hines)
POTENTIAL FOCUS AREAS WITH CLIENTS:
Each one-on-one coaching engagement will focus on specific areas depending on the individual goals and needs of the participant. One of the first steps in coaching is to determine specific goals/ focus areas of the participant (see Upfront Agreement).
When working with clients, typical areas of concentration include:
Personal productivity, producing more in less time or with less effort.
Better time management.
Improved goal setting, action-planning, and implementation.
Maximizing the 80/20 Rule to produce better business results.
Identification and focus on high payoff activities.
Improved delegation/management/empowerment of co-workers
Development of specific client/prospect strategies.
Improving energy levels.
Improving life balance by achieving goals in all important areas of life.