Once a business owner decides to hire a Business Coach, several events take place:
1. The Business Coach gathers information about the business owner and the business. A Business Effectiveness Evaluation shows the strengths and weaknesses currently in the business; an Extended DISC analysis gives the business owner an insight into his/her leadership approach; a VAK analysis shows the way the business owner learns best; and a Business/Personal Life Questionnaire shows the Business Coach the wants and needs the business owner has for the business.
2. Once the Evaluations and Analyses are completed, then step-by-step best practices that focus on achieving the goals the business owner has are developed so that they may be implemented over the coming year.
3. Then, the Business Coach and the business owner are involved in on-going, regular coaching sessions to help the business person implement the best practices that will improve their business.
A Business Coach helps business people make their business better; helps them become the business owner they know they can be. The Business Coach understands the relationship between marketing, sales, customer service, leadership, human resources, systemization, controlling costs, and financial management. And a Business Coach has access to hundreds of tools that business owners can use to defeat the challenges that are keeping them from achieving the dream they had when they started their business.