Why do I need coaching?
You may be thinking:
Do I really need coaching? If only the employees would do their jobs or my manager would get off my back?
We have learned this fundamental key to leadership success: “if you want your employees to be better you have to be a better leader.”
To achieve better performance for your team, you start by looking in the mirror.
Use this checklist to guide your decision:
Did you fail to exceed your company goals last year or even last quarter?
Are you behind on your goals now?
Are you getting feedback or “heat” from your boss about doing a better job?
Are you frustrated or feel stuck in your job as if you are spinning your wheels?
Do you constantly have employee issues that reoccur and you aren’t sure how to handle them?
Do you just want to be the best you can possibly be?
Do you want more self-satisfaction and success out of your career?
If you answered YES to any of these you have an opportunity to improve – NOW!
Rick and Doug have been in trenches and worked side-by-side with managers to achieve significant results. They have worked with companies, big and small, public and private companies. They have coached managers in diverse settings and jobs.
They don’t take an academic approach.
They keep it positive, build a mutual plan with you, provide valuable resources and feedback, but also hold you accountable to follow-through and win.
Conventional wisdom says it takes 21 days to create a new habit. However, new research by the University College of London, published in 2009 by the European Journal of Social Psychology, show that it takes 66 days to create a habit. Did you know, according to The Huffington Post, 79% of people give up on new methods and habits within a couple of weeks? Without coaching most people are doomed to repeat their mistakes. That’s why Olympic and professional athletes hire and greatly depend on their personal coaches.
YOU will be able to accelerate your results and achieve more, period! Do it now! Pick the level best for you and enroll TODAY! Pat Riley, President of the Miami Heat, said: “A coach must keep everyone on the team in touch with present-moment realities – knowing where they stand, knowing where they’re falling short of their potential, and knowing it openly and fairly.”
This is our pledge to you!