Major Benefits of Business Coaching for Individuals and Their Companies

Glenn Ebersole
 


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Business coaching continues to grow and the benefits of business coaching to individuals and their companies are being realized and recognized in many businesses and organizations. My personal experiences over many years of business coaching have revealed some major benefits to businesses and organizations. Some of those major benefits that are being realized are listed below.

Major benefits being realized for individuals being coached include:

1. Improved problem solving capabilities of the individual

2. Reduced levels of personal stress for the individual

3. Increased confidence levels of the individual

4. Improved irelationships with co-workers for the individual

5. Improved interpersonal skills of the individual

6. Positive impacts on individual performance in the workplace

7. Improved balance between an individual's work and personal lives

8. Increased self-awareness and new perspectives for the individual

9. Greater ability for individual to adapt to change

10. Improved individual management skills

Major benefits being realized for the companies and organizations using business coaching include:

1. Defined process for self-development

2. Improved productivity

3. Improved quality

4. Improved customer service

5. Improved financial performance

6. Increased employee commitment and satisfaction with their work

7. Improved employee retention

8. Support for training and development initiatives

9. Assistance to help employees address and work out personal issues that impact work performance

10. Support for employees that have been promoted

Glenn Ebersole, Jr. is a multi-faceted professional, who is recognized as a visionary, guide and facilitator in the fields of business coaching, marketing, public relations, management, strategic planning and engineering. Glenn is the Founder and Chief Executive of two Lancaster, PA based consulting practices: The Renaissance Group, a creative marketing, public relations, strategic planning and business development consulting firm and J. G. Ebersole Associates, an independent professional engineering, marketing, and management consulting firm. He is a Certified Facilitator and serves as a business coach and a strategic planning facilitator and consultant to a diverse list of clients. Glenn is also the author of a monthly newsletter, “Glenn’s Guiding Lines – Thoughts From Your Strategic Thinking Business Coach” and has published more than 250 articles on business.

To find out more about the benefits & rewards of effectively working with a strategic thinking business coach, please contact Glenn Ebersole through his web site at http://www.businesscoach4u.com or jgecoach@aol.com

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