Why Do I Need a Business Coach?
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Our Mission is to enable as many people as possible to Be More, Do More and Have More in their professional and personal lives.
And by extension, unlock and multiply the potential in businesses.
The world's most successful companies agree that authentically becoming leading edge in terms of communication and leadership style is non-negotiable for success in today's (and tomorrow's) hyper competitive environment.
It’s no longer enough just to give a person a job and to tell them what to do. People want to participate. They want to discuss their jobs. They want regular feedback on their performance. They want to know “how am I making a difference?" They want to know you care about them as people and that they're valued and respected. They want to be developed not managed, and feel like they have a bright future.
The ONLY uniqueness a company has today are its People.
Your people, your employees (that includes you by the way) are your company’s only truly unique value proposition - your UVP! Nobody has them but you.
Everything else about your business can be duplicated, then made faster better and cheaper – by someone else – and that someone else is working on it right now as you read this.
Your people are your business; they build, sell, service, deliver, manage, administer, engage (or not) your clients and customers on a daily basis.
They are your engine, your steering wheel, your efficiency, your quality, your creativity, your brand, your ambassadors. They ultimately are your players that play the game.
What kind of people do you want playing on your team?
A Few Challenging Questions:
- What kind of people are you attracting?
- What kind of people are you keeping?
- What kind of people are leaving?
- How would you or others describe the feel, atmosphere, style, expectations, behaviors, language, attitudes - the CULTURE - at your company?
- How does your senior leadership and management set the example for thinking, attitude, behaviour, communication and getting things done?
Is Employee Engagement a Secret Weapon or Silent Killer at Your Co.?
- Unique competitive advantage
- 21% Higher Profitability
- 41% Lower Absenteeism
- 17% Higher Productivity
- Hi-Performers Stay, Strive and help recruit more hi-performers. Winning Team mentality
- 79% are NOT motivated by how they're managed
- 51% pass the time away and lack passion; not engaged
- 76% have a growing distrust of management
- 16% dis-engaged, resentful and try to sabotage others
- 74% of organizations do NOT understand engagement
* Statistics by Gallup, American Management Association
Would you like to learn more?
What the Experts Say...
6 Myths of Employee Engagement
With today’s global ability to produce carbon copy technology and business models, people truly are a company’s only competitive advantage. Businesses that want to accentuate and optimize their competitive talent advantage focus on employee engagement strategies that improve overall workforce productivity and return on staffing investments.
A major disruption to employee engagement is the adverse impact of the unhappiness epidemic across many companies.
5 Ways Employee Engagement Makes
Your Company More Competitive
Employee engagement has become something of a buzz phrase lately, which is unfortunate because busy entrepreneurs and business owners tend to tune out buzzwords.
In this particular case, the buzz phrase refers to something that benefits companies in real, concrete ways. Simply put, the rewards of employee engagement make your business more successful. Employee engagement is feeling connected to the job and the company, as well as having a sense of fulfillment and well-being in performing specific job duties. It leads to several observable traits and behaviors.
Gallup Surveyed 37 Million People
Think about the biggest workplace trends: gig workers, artificial intelligence, robotics replacing workers, diverse workplace cultures, and remote employees. Just about every organization I advise or consult these days is undergoing massive transformational change.
Today's workforce -- especially the younger generations -- wants work with deep purpose and coaches who inspire and help develop their strengths. Top-down change no longer works. So, who's the most important person to lead teams through true transformation? It's the frontline manager. That's where the rubber meets the road.