Running a small business is one of the greatest things you can do, and also one of the most stressful. There’s nothing like being your own boss. As a small business owner, you probably are looking for ways to grow and stay with the trends of your industry on a regular basis. Sometimes, even a successful business becomes stagnant. It also can wear on you, physically and mentally, to always be in charge. Keeping track of things from day to day and week to week can make it difficult for you to incorporate changes you want to make—even if they are necessary to keep your business from falling behind the competition.
Every person needs help at some point and time in their life, and a small business owner is no exception. Sometimes, hiring the services of a small business coach can be exactly what you and your business need.
Find out if you can benefit from a coaching service by self-answering this questionnaire
- Do you find you are often failing to meet short-term and long-term goals?
- Are you regularly postponing work on larger-scale projects, such as improving your infrastructure or reorganizing the workings of your business?
- Has your revenue stalled, or decreased?
- Are you identifying signs of discord, tension, or drama among the members of your staff?
- Are you seeing an abnormally high turnover rate in employees?
- Would you describe your business as being disorganized?
- Has there been an influx of customer complaints?
If you can answer yes to any of the above questions, you could benefit from small business coaching, as provided by a trained professional like the ones available at Bryant Consultants.
Using a small business coach can save you time and money
No one is perfect, but when you are owning and running your own business, a mistake can be catastrophic. It can cost you time and money when you have a limited supply of both. Investing time and capital now to hire the services of a small business coach can help you avoid making a mistake later that could have a much higher price tag and be a major time sink to fix, distracting you from the other aspects of your business and potentially making an already disorganized business even more chaotic.
A small business coach also can serve as an invaluable sounding board. A qualified coach already has real-world experience in the business world, giving him or her a greater understanding of the challenges you face. Plus, a small business coach will be impartial. Without having attachments to you or any member of your team, your coach can provide the best course of action to get your business back on track.
Small business coaching services from the experts
Our staff includes Tyra Kendall, who has more than 20 years of experience working with businesses in a variety of industries. She has real-life knowledge dealing with sales teams, employee training, manager training, improving leadership, marketing, employee performance, and so many more aspects of what it takes to keep a business open and successful. Learn more about Tyra, and about our small business coaching.
Our services can help you realize your vision, establish goals, and set processes in place to evolve your practice. Contact us by calling (877) 768-4799. We provide consultation, training, and coaching to help improve the operations of your small business so that you can provide exceptional results to your customers. No office is out of reach for us; we will even come to you!