Business Coaching

Bridge the gap between where you are and where you want to be tomorrow.

Who is this for?

Business coaching sets the ground for clarity and fosters the well-being of your business.

Aim for success by working with us if you are a:

  • Small or medium business owner
  • Entrepreneur
  • Startup shareholder
  • Family business owner
  • C.E.O., founder, or executive
  • Sales team director
  • Corporate leader


We are Certified Professional Coaches (C.P.C.) and members of I.C.F. and also have a network of highly experienced and skilled coaches. We have 23+ years of experience in business consulting and digital marketing. This is a smashing combination! We can help you gain greater self-awareness, cultivate a positive mindset, and achieve your goals simultaneously. 

Our long experience in the business world will help you envision success and clarify the necessary steps to attain it. We provide digital know-how, critical soft skills, and decision-making training for personal growth.

Choose us if you strive for better performance, higher productivity, and confidence.

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Our business coaching method

Establishing trust is the foundation of our method. 

Personalized counsel and action plans coming next enable you to gain insight and act in alignment with your genuine self and profound ambitions.

Our method comes in 7 steps:

  1. Business analysis questionnaire
  2. Strengths and weaknesses detection
  3. Identifying areas for improvement
  4. Putting matters into context
  5. Leveling up behaviour and mentality
  6. Business processes improvement
  7. New approach evaluation

What is Business Coaching?

Read our extended blog post on what happens with this type of coaching.
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Benefits of business coaching

Don’t let your business stay stagnant. Harness your next opportunity and drive more sales, increase productivity, and upscale your business with our business coaching.

Your business could grow wiser. Why let all your efforts, human capital, and assets remain untapped?

  • Increased market share and revenue
  • Faster challenge recovery
  • Better leadership
  • Boost in co-working chemistry
  • Smoother business operations
  • More effective digital business presence
  • Top talent retainment
  • Efficient time management

FAQs on business coaching

  1. Set clear goals and objectives.
  2. Collect feedback from participants.
  3. Track performance metrics.
  4. Conduct 360-degree assessments.
  5. Use case studies.
  6. Benchmark against industry standards.
  7. Continuously evaluate and adjust coaching programs.

Here are some of the key benefits to have a business coach:

  1. Clarity: You can clarify your goals, vision, and values to make better decisions and focus your efforts on what matters.
  2. Accountability: You become accountable for your actions and are helped to stay on track with your goals, remain motivated and become goal-achievers.
  3. Expertise: Receive expertise in areas where you may need improvements, such as marketing, sales, or finance, and avoid costly mistakes.
  4. Feedback: Have actionable feedback on your performance and help identify improvement areas. Grow and develop as a leader.
  5. Support: Get the much-needed emotional support and help navigate the challenges and obstacles of running a business.

Here are some standard coaching methodologies used in business coaching:

  1. GROW Model: An goal-oriented coaching approach that sets specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound goals.
  2. Appreciative Inquiry: A positive and strengths-based approach that focuses on exploring and building upon what already works well within your organization.
  3. Solution-Focused Coaching: A brief and goal-oriented methodology that focuses on identifying and amplifying solutions rather than dwelling on problems.
  4. Cognitive-Behavioral Coaching: A method that focuses on shifting your thoughts and behaviors to achieve your desired outcomes, for example, exploring your limiting beliefs, developing new behaviors, and creating an action plan to achieve your goals.
  5. Transformational Coaching: You are helped to transform yourself and your organization by challenging your assumptions, values, and beliefs. A business coach helps you identify your vision and purpose, plan to achieve it and develop the leadership skills necessary to inspire and motivate others.

Yes, of course, it can help with that. Specifically:

Leadership Development: Business coaching can help you develop leadership skills by providing support and guidance in communication, decision-making, conflict resolution, and strategic planning. Your coach can help you identify your strengths and weaknesses, set goals, and create an action plan to improve your leadership skills. You can gain greater self-awareness, increase emotional intelligence, and develop a more effective leadership style.

Employee Engagement: Business coaching can help improve employee engagement by providing a supportive environment for employees to discuss their challenges and concerns. Your coach can also help managers identify the factors contributing to low engagement levels and develop strategies to address them. Coaching can also help them improve their communication and relationship-building skills, which are critical for creating a positive work environment that promotes engagement and motivation.

  • Training and Certification: Look for a business coach who has received training and certification from a reputable coaching organization (Groowise has received that and is an ICF registered professional coach). The coach must understand coaching principles and techniques and be trained in ethical coaching practices.
  • Business Experience: A business coach should have relevant experience in business, whether as a business owner, executive, or manager, to better understand the challenges and opportunities that companies face. That allows the coach to provide more practical and relevant help.
  • Coaching Experience: Look for a coach with experience working with clients in a similar industry or situation as your business.
  • Professionalism: A good business coach should be professional in their approach, punctual, reliable, and respectful of confidentiality.
  • Chemistry and Fit: Assess whether the coach fits your personality and needs well. You should feel comfortable talking to the coach and feel that they understand your goals and challenges.

Here is the framework for excellent coaching sessions.

  1. Set clear goals.
  2. Be open and honest.
  3. Be prepared.
  4. Take action.
  5. Provide feedback to your coach.
  6. Be accountable.

Here is how you can help yourself and your business grow and the pitfalls to avoid.

Growth happens with:

  1. Strategic planning.
  2. Operational efficiency.
  3. Leadership development.
  4. Financial management.

Common pitfalls to avoid include:

  1. Not being clear about your goals and expectations.
  2. Failing to implement changes.
  3. Not being open to feedback.
  4. Not holding yourself accountable.

Business coaching focuses on developing your capabilities as a business owner or an executive. It helps individuals or teams to develop their leadership skills, overcome obstacles, and reach their full potential. Business coaches provide support, guidance, and accountability to help individuals make meaningful business changes.

Business consulting focuses on solving specific business problems. The consultant provides expert advice and recommendations based on their specialized knowledge and experience. A consultant is usually engaged in short-term projects to address particular challenges, such as improving operational efficiency, developing a new marketing strategy, or expanding into new markets.