I recently attended a well-established business event. There were over 100 businesses in the room. After a reviving coffee, I took my seat to listen to the speakers. By the second one I wished I was elsewhere. Public speaking is not easy but it gets easier the more you practice. In this article I'll show you a checklist to be better prepared for your presentations and encourage you to invest in getting better to be more successful.
As mentioned in previous posts there seems to be some confusion about what coaching is and isn’t. The International Coach Federation reported that this is still seen as a major barrier to the industry moving forward. Personally, as a qualified coach, I’m not too hung up on the ‘industry’ as it doesn’t provide me with my work. For me, I’m much more interested in helping clients understand what they need and how coaching can support them and their businesses.
A successful business strategy is not attained from a team sitting around a table writing, reading and then refining a plan. Successful strategy has to be turned into action for a company to achieve its maximum potential.
Last week my colleague shared how great questions help develop success, this got me thinking about the impact of such reflection. When you’ve decided on your goals in business and in life you then need to work towards them. In other words, you need a successful strategy to back-up your ambitions.