Business Coach And Advisor
The best business leaders aren’t those who always know the right solution for everything. They’re the ones who know when to seek advice and who often have a stable of trusted advisors they can turn to. Some of these relationships may be informal, but many business owners also seek out formal advisory relationships through local associations, independent consultants and business coaches.
But, what’s the difference between a business coach and a business consultant?
At first glance they may seem similar, but there are major differences beneath the surface.
Business owners hire consultants in order to give them answers to challenges the business is facing. A business coach, on the other hand, helps business owners arrive at the best answers themselves. While a consultant should tell you how make your business run better, a business coach will help you learn to see these solutions for yourself over time.
Often, a business consultant will focus on a specific area — like logistics improvement, customer service, marketing or succession planning. A business consultant should provide solutions and sometimes even help with implementation. A consultant can be invaluable for a specific problem in the short term, but, in the long run, a coach will make you a better business person.
What is a business coach?
The answer to this may seem obvious, but it’s important to differentiate between a business coach and a business consultant. Consultants are brought on to provide solutions to business challenges, while coaches help business owners find the answers themselves. Consultants solve problems — coaches train leaders.
“A business coach will help you understand how and why you ride a bicycle, help you to determine what’s holding you back from riding properly, and jog along next to you as you ride.
A business consultant will explain why one bike is superior to another, teach you how to ride the bike, and if necessary, ride the bike for you.”
There are many things a business coach can do for you. There’s no right or wrong, or better or worse way when it comes to choosing the right advisor for your business. It’s up to you to reflect on your business’s challenges and needs and determine whether you need a business coach, consultant, or both.
Financial Management And Bookkeeping Services
Preparation of financial statements and business plans including managing financials including bookkeeping, accounting and tax services.
Ensuring all company statutory requirements are met and updated as required.
Administration of Human Resources Management. Policies & procedures, coaching.
Debtors Management from invoicing to collection
Lead Generation And Executive Admin Services
We will help you grow your clientele and manage all your company data, including CRM systems. Administration Executives to meet the company’s custom needs
Social Media Marketing And Website Design
We will help you grow your social media presence and build a company image whilst ensuring that content and designs are all copy written to your brand.
Professional Content Writers to assist with all your content writing in addition to Website design, SEO Optimisation, Brand Design: Logo’s, Icons, Slogans, Imaging, and content, and the setup of your corporate identity.