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Executive Coaching

What is a business coach and why do I need one?

The purpose of a business coach is to increase your business capability and performance. They will provide an experienced and skilled sounding board for your ideas. The coach can listen to you, question and discuss your proposals and help clarify and structure your thinking.

Coaches are for managers and leaders who want to improve their performance and that of their organisation. They are for those who are pushing the boundaries of their performance and who seek to grow their capability. The coach understands how to develop your performance and will assist, challenge and motivate you.

Executive coaching focuses on entrepreneurs and senior managers and concerns itself with business improvement issues. Our coaching is not programme driven and the agenda is determined entirely by the client’s needs.

All our coaches have extensive hands on business experience and are educated to masters level in a business discipline.

To engage an executive coach please telephone with your name and contact details to 01277 896452 or e-mail them to and we will call you back.

When we contact you we will ask for you by name and, other than giving the time of your message, we will not mention to anyone other than you the reason for our call.