26/11/2015

If your team can’t develop, how can your business grow?

business coaching will help retain good staff

Encourage and empower your staff through the use of business coaching

If you want your business to prosper one of the most important things you can do is make sure your staff have the chance to grow their own skills.

The most powerful tool you have at your disposal isn’t the software you might use to sell things or even the software you’re selling – but the people who work for you.

Engaging your employees and giving them encouragement and opportunities to not only move up within the business but to add new skills is one method of doing just that.

A committed, passionate workforce will deliver your long-term goals and move you closer to realising your vision. Speak to your staff and find out what skills and talents they may already have which would benefit your business. Find out what their personal and professional goals are and how they can align with that of the business.

Work to establish business goals

Work with your managers to establish goals and development plans and let your employees take ownership of their personal development. Using a professional coaching service allows you to gain the necessary tools to then offer your employees opportunities for learning experiences and new challenges which help push growth.

Where a large organisation can afford to have a budget for training and internal Human Resources experts to implement it, small to midsize companies can benefit from employing a professional business coach.

Coaches can come into the business on a consultancy basis and work with your staff to help them find their own goals and achievable attainments to reach for personal and professional development. Using a coach allows your business to target specific areas where you will gain the most improvement.

Coaches can empower staff

Working with your staff, coaches can help empower your workforce and develop them into committed, organised, confident, enthusiastic quick thinkers who are not afraid to make decisions and use their own initiatives – in turn benefiting your business.

Get in touch to find out how Sales Improvement Services’ professional coaches can help your business ensure your staff are fulfilling their personal and professional goals. It will help your company grow and develop.

As part of the University Campus Aylesbury Vale Open Evening, on December 7th, Sales Improvement Services will be running a free seminar addressing the challenges SMEs face in hiring and retaining top quality employees: the key to business growth.

Interested in attending? Register for this free event: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ucav-open-evening-and-business-recruitment-seminar-tickets-19509380081

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About Tim Anderson
Tim has over thirty years’ experience within the sales environment as a sales person, a sales manager, a sales director and as a mentor and coach. He has run sales teams as a sales director within the IT sector as a direct re seller, a VAR and as an MSP. He has developed and exited from two IT businesses and supported three training and development organisations to grow their businesses by supporting their commercial offering. He has taken these teams through change initiatives . Tim continues to develop himself as a coach and has successfully taken his coaching into executive and leadership coaching. He has combined coaching with management and leadership development and regularly supports senior managers to take their next step upward in their careers. He is a qualified coach and a Chartered Manager and also holds a degree in professional consulting.

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