Entrepreneurs, CEOs and other business leaders are a self-confident bunch. They’re good at what they do and they know it. This may be why a certain segment of this elite population is convinced they don’t need an expert business coach.
Here are other reasons why you may not require the services of an expert business coach:You get objective, even… Click Here to Continue Reading
When it was suggested that he consider the use of an executive coach, Google Chairman and CEO Eric Schmidt balked at first.
“My argument was, How could a coach advise me if I’m the best person in the world at this? But that’s not what a coach does … A coach is somebody who looks at something with another set… Click Here to Continue Reading
A few weeks ago, I shared a few points on how every CEO can, “Get Out of the Weeds and Grow Your Business, pt. 1.” This week, I continue the conversation with Part 2…
Why every CEO benefits from getting out of the day to day operations and into strategy (and moving the business forward through culture, vision, and consistent… Click Here to Continue Reading
CEOs benefit from getting out of the day to day operations and into strategy and moving the business forward through culture, vision, and consistent revenue streams.
5 points on how every CEO can “Get out of the Weeds and Grow Your Business”
1. Set the vision
Where do you want your business to be in the next few years?… Click Here to Continue Reading
Many CEOs and business owners view their primary role as the person responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the business. Typically, this encompasses everything from production, distribution, sales and marketing to hiring (at least at the senior executive level), finance and planning.But, as any CEO or business owner with even limited experience can tell you, supervising day-to-day business… Click Here to Continue Reading