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Business Coaching

A Business Coach prefers to concentrate on specific tasks, such as improving a certain skill. For instance, this expert could teach you how to manage employees with greater success. He or she will help you achieve a particular goal instead of advising you about major decisions.

Coaches educate owners and executives on subjects like strategic thinking, customer complaints, and sales techniques. A business coach knows more about day-to-day operations than philosophy or long-term planning.

Business Mentoring

A business mentor usually possesses more experience than a coach. He or she has probably overseen at least one firm for many years. This individual concentrates on providing general advice and inspiration. Proprietors frequently tell mentors about new ideas to confirm that the concepts “make sense.”


These professionals strive to build lasting relationships with the company leaders they serve. Rather than solely focusing on commerce, they can also discuss personal issues. For example, you might need advice on balancing business responsibilities with the rest of your life. Executives can escape isolation by confiding in their mentors.

Mentors typically serve each individual for several months or longer. A mentorship program will only succeed if you get to know and trust your advisor. Coaches aim to develop distinct skills, so the relationship usually doesn’t last as long. It may be quite brief if you learn quickly.
A coach normally won’t need to create a detailed plan before assisting you. If this person has skills in a desired area, he or she can begin coaching right away. Mentoring generally demands greater planning. A business mentor must identify long-term goals and take the time to learn about your leadership style.
The most appealing option varies depending on the current situation. Think about hiring a mentor when you need help planning the future of your company or want to prepare someone else to take over. If you need to gain or enhance certain management abilities, look for a coach.

Be sure to take your experience level into consideration. If you recently bought or started a business for the first time, a well-versed mentor would probably benefit you more than a coach. This individual will supply valuable advice about important choices and strategies.

Perhaps you’ve owned a firm for many years. You know how to make big decisions, but a few tasks and issues still confuse you. Consider hiring a business coach; this person can help you develop the skills needed to maximize your success.
Hire Both?
Most leaders’ needs don’t entirely fit into one category. You might benefit from finding two advisors or one person with coaching and mentoring skills. A mentor could introduce you to desirable partners and clients while a coach teaches you how to handle difficult customers.
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A seasoned advisor can help your business reach the next level. Remember that your need for assistance doesn’t represent a weakness. Some of the world’s most prosperous CEOs have consulted with coaches or mentors. Successful leaders listen to other people and have the wisdom to know when they need advice.
If you seek a knowledgeable business coach or mentor, I can help.   I offer both services through insightful business-building sessions. I have over two decades of experience in providing unbiased advice and high-quality training. To profit from the sage guidance that has helped many entrepreneurs achieve lasting success, please schedule your first session today.


One-off session - £125.00 - 1 hour, plus follow-up by email.

5 months Business Coaching/Mentoring Package  - £500.00 Includes initial consultation plus 4 x monthly follow up sessions (5 in total)

10 months Business Coaching/Mentoring
 Package* - £900.00 Includes initial consultation plus 9 x monthly follow up sessions (10 in total)

1 day Supercharged Session - £600.00

*weekly or twice monthly sessions can be arranged

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