Six ways a coach can help your business

If you are considering hiring a business coach, you’re in good company, with an estimated 84% of mid-large size businesses in the UK using a business advisory service.

According to the Financial Times, a business coach is an essential service, especially ‘executive coaches’ who offer tailored advisory services to CEOs. Here are six ways a coach can help your business.
A look at your business through unbiased eyes

Having someone look at your business from the outside and without rose-tinted glasses can be incredibly beneficial. Business employees and board members have a history with your organisation and their own interests. A Stroud business advisory is interested in giving you an honest opinion of your current practices.

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Impartial advice

As well as giving an honest assessment of your business, a business advisory service such as www.randall-payne.co.uk/services/accountancy/stroud-accountants will also give you impartial advice. Having difficult conversations with your board or staff may be made easier if the advice being given is seen as impartial.

Experience

A reputable business advisory service will also have experienced staff who understand your sector and business model. This is something you should ask about before engaging a firm.

Reassurance

Having a reliable and impartial source of guidance and support can help manage stress and difficulties in senior leadership, and can even be a lifeline for some businesses.

Education and growth

Investing in an advisory service is investing in the future of your business and growing yourself as a leader. The advice and guidance offered by a coach can greatly improve senior leadership decision-making that lasts a lifetime.

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Accountability

Having an impartial observer and advisor can also mean greater accountability for senior management to affect change in a business.

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