Recent studies suggest that over 60% of those receiving coaching have an improved job satisfaction. They are happier at what they do every day. Further, over 50% of business owners and executives stated that coaching increased the profitability of their business. In this episode of “The Forensic Financialist” Robert Osborne, experienced and well-known business coach, discusses his coaching practice and the impact he has on his clients. Robert introduces the value of business coaches and how a coach can help build a strong future.
Coaching can provide a significant return on investment for the client. Coaching does not necessarily mean change nor pointing out failures. However, coaching can be a tremendous asset to those receptive to intentional growth. The most satisfying experience as a coach occurs when a positive impact has been realized by the client.
Robert also introduces critical initiatives that can reduce business risk as we struggle to come out of the challenges of a pandemic, including building relationships, a digital presence, and planning. If you want success in 2021, this is an episode you need to listen to!
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