We’re facing unprecedented times in business communities around the world. In an effort to reduce contact and exposure, many operations are switching to remote practices. This means that business owners and their employees are all having to adapt quickly in order to maintain their operations and keep revenue coming in. As Denver’s leading business coaching organization, we know how challenging this time is for everyone, especially business owners. We’ve put together this guide to help you better manage and lead your remote employees through chaos.
It’s often said that you don’t know what you don’t know. Nothing could be more true when it comes to business ownership. Developing the processes that can sustain a growing business, training your leaders to successfully scale for many years to come, and creating sustainable value that withstands the test of time is challenging, albeit essential for success in business. Because these are skills you simply can’t develop until you’re experiencing those specific tasks for yourself, many business owners strike up a relationship with a business coach. This relationship gives business owners expertise to leverage when they are facing firsts in their business. Not all business coaches are created equally though, just like not all businesses are playing on the same field. It’s important to find a coach or an organization of coaches who can relate to your experiences and add value to them. One key way to ensure this is by hiring locals. As a small or midsize business owner, the community in which you operate can have major impacts on how you go about successfully doing business. A local business coach will understand that and can offer more targeted insights to help your organization find success.
Denver is a hub for business. Whether you’re a start-up, an established organization, or a mega corporation, if you don’t have a presence in Denver, you’re lacking. In such a thriving business environment, it should come as no surprise that there are countless business experts lending their expertise to the community to help other organizations grow and scale successfully. When your business is ready to contract with an outsourced professional to improve operations, sales, marketing, and the like, it’s important to do your research. Not all business strategists in Denver are created equally, so you want to ensure you find the right fit before signing on the dotted line. As one of Denver’s leading business coaching and strategy organizations, we’ve worked with many clients who’ve been burned by an ineffective coaching program in the past. Armed with that experience, we’ve put together this guide to help you find an effective business strategist who can help you take your operations to the next level.
Portocol Business Strategies works with businesses across the Denver Metro area on strategic growth. We’re proud to announce growth of our own with the addition of a new team member. Joe Keim will be joining our organization as an Associate Coach where he will serve the small and mid-sized businesses we work with. His expertise and experience in project management ensure he’ll be a great addition to our team, leading organizations through trial and triumph successfully as a business management coach here in our Denver office.
Making the decision to hire a business coach is not easy. As a business owner, your blood, sweat, and tears have been soaked into your organization. The idea of passing the torch to a third party individual for advice and guidance is a challenge. In order to get the most from a business coach, you have to ensure you find someone who is a good fit for your organization. As a leading business coach in Denver, we’ve got the guide to cutting through the noise and finding the ideal coach for your company. Here’s what you want to look for when hiring a business coach.
One of the most essential parts of getting all the benefits of an investment in business coaching is doing it at the right time for your business. There are many factors that play into successfully transforming your leadership training, your business operation, your sales process or all of the above. However, if you don’t elect to participate in the right program at the right time, you won’t get all that you can out of the investment and it will feel like a waste. So, how do you know when something like an executive coaching forum is right for your business? Let’s discuss.