Small business coaching is a great method of professional development to undertake to ensure you are implementing worthwhile strategies. Our small business coach Tina Heathers will work with you one-on-one to help you clarify your goals, create a strategy for growth, understand roadblocks to your success, and create solutions to overcome obstacles.
How Coaching Works
Coaching can be conducted in person at the WWCF office, over the phone, or online through our coaching portal. In each session you will focus on the areas in your business where you would like to see better results. The sessions are dedicated to discovering the following:
- Where you want to go
- What obstacles or challenges you face
- How to create profit
Try online or phone coaching it is the most efficient way to get started!
PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID-19, we are currently only able to conduct business coaching over the phone or online. In-person business coaching is unavailable until further notice.
What is the Difference Between Coaching and Mentoring?
Small business coaching is about helping you develop the professional skills necessary to create a profitable enterprise through one-on-one sessions. Coaching helps you to set goals that match your lifestyle, create a realistic plan, and learn how to become accountable for achieving goals within a planned time frame. While a coach might offer insight and advice, the primary purpose of coaching is to empower you to learn how to create a business model that will ultimately be successful.
Mentoring brings the expertise of an experienced local business owner to the mix. Mentors are willing to share their knowledge and practical tips about their success with you. What’s more is that our mentors are well connected in the community and can put you in touch with others who can help you.
Contact us to find out about business coaching and the help of our mentors.
Business Coaching & Mentoring
Here’s what clients are saying:
“The one-on-one sessions with our coach are invaluable and keep us accountable to our goals. ”