“The transformation in the last six months of coaching has been more instrumental than anything that I did in the previous 25 years of business.”
Mike Bruno, CEO of Contractor Business Solutions and Stonecreek Builders, has been working with Dr. Sabrina Starling for 6 months. In this candid interview, Mike shares the leadership transformation he is experiencing, and the positive impact on his personal life. This is a rare look at what goes on within the coaching relationship.
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Employee problems can be one of the biggest stumbling blocks for any business owner. With her background in psychology, and years of driving profit in small business, Dr. Starling knows what it takes to find, keep and get exceptional performance out of your biggest investment-your employees.
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Success Case Study
VERA ICONICA ARCHITECTURE
Revenue: Doubling each year
Number of Employees: 6
Length of time in coaching at Interview: 15 months
“Take the risk to change. It’s the hardest thing to do,
but it’s a lot better than being stressed out and being a slave to your company.
To see your own growth is incredibly rewarding.”
–Veronica Schreibeis, Founder of Vera Iconica Architecture
Veronica has rapidly scaled her company, while doubling revenue with strong profitability. In this Success Case Study, Veronica describes in-depth the ways she has utilized coaching to propel her growth.
by Dr. James Cummings
I was recently having a discussion with a colleague about leadership and growing my business. When I used the phrase, “transformational leadership” I was asked, “what’s that?” Continue reading
“Wants our business to be successful”
“Looks for ways to help instead of waiting on me to tell them what to do”
“Someone with similar values who cares about the mission of our team”
These are all descriptions business owners use when asked to describe their “dream” employee.
Yet, too often, business owners feel stuck with employees who fall very short of these descriptors. You may find yourself with a couple of good employees plus a number of employees show up, do some work, but don’t give it their all. In fact, there’s a word for this—“presenteeism.” These are employees who punch the clock and collect their paycheck. They wait for you to tell them what to do, then do a mediocre job with what you have asked of them. Continue reading
Last week I was having a conversation with a manager at a local business. We had scheduled this meeting to discuss strategy. Upon my arrival in her office, it was immediately made clear to me that we were going to be talking about something on her mind that was unrelated to our scheduled meeting. Her topic? “I’m super pissed off today about the people on my team.”