Planning the future of your business.

Whether you are a well-established family business, a growing start-up, or somewhere in between, it is likely that you have done some planning for the future. That could be a fully formed Company Strategy with associated Business Plan, or it could be a simpler set of goals for the following year.

Most business owners look first to the finances, sales and marketing , but something else high on the list to include is whether you have the right staff with the right skills to create and deliver against the opportunities ahead in the next 6-12 months, then the next 2-3 years.

Planning the strategy often starts from the top, but it requires everyone to be operational to achieve it. You may use tracking systems or other ways to evaluate progress, but involving the team is key. Strategic planning and vision only become reality when changes are made operationally, and that usually means individual people doing things differently to how they did the before.

We can help with:

  • Start-up business coaching (for entrepreneurs)
  • Management coaching (for team leaders)
  • Staff coaching (for teams)
  • Interview coaching (for potential employees)

As your Business Coach, we work flexibly as part of your leadership team to ensure that you have the right business strategy in place fit for now and the future, that your people are factored into your overall business plan objectives. Only at that stage will you realise your full business potential.

Our Process

We use a ‘fact-find’ framework as our business model that evaluates where you are now across key business areas.   This approach identifies what changes you need to make in terms of managing and developing your employee base to be fit for growth, giving you a competitive advantage and greater success.  The aim of the ‘fact-find is to:

  • Eliminate issues
  • Add value to your business
  • Increasing your profits
  • Creating a stronger, more accountable and efficient team

Using this framework, we look at the following business areas: –

  1. Process
  2. Skills
  3. Culture
  4. Keeping
  5. Leading

This process usually starts with a 1-2 day fact-find, depending on the size of the organisation, to get the real picture and develop a strategic plan to deliver the improvements you need.

Getting Started

Meeting a coach is always best before deciding if this is the right person for you. This is why we encourage you to arrange a non-obligatory meeting so that we can get to know each other. Simply contact us!


Manage your people well to make your business more efficient and generate more profit.