Business coaching

BUSINESS COACHING

GET CLARITY WITH YOUR PURPOSE

Become more focused and get clarity on the goals and results that will radically change your life next year.

BE A MORE EFFECTIVE LEADER

Get new tools and confidence to break through obstacles and get skills so you can inspire and make others powerful.

SOLVE CHALLENGES FASTER

Get perspective on the situations and challenges you face. What is most important right now? Do not let people and tasks draw attention from what creates the greatest impact on the results.

CREATE SECURITY

Find your style of communication and leadership. Handle challenge, critisism and conflict constructively. Courage to lead from the heart!
Is your organization facing challenges that you want extra support for? Are you a leader or manager who needs a coach who can challenge you and your mindset so that you can create the results that are required? You as a leader or employee might face challenges that sometimes feel overwhelmed. No matter what, Tommy will be able to support you to become brave, efficient, smarter and better.

Many executives and employees have Tommy to thank for the support that led them to tackle their challenges better and more efficiently. Tommy is the ICF Coach (International Coach Federation) and combines leadership coaching with mental training to achieve your results as quickly as possible. As a coach, he has over 8 years experience in coaching everything from entrepreneurs to CEOs. Tommy has specialized in field leadership, commitment and how to build successful teams.

His clients consist of individuals and groups who want to improve their leadership, presentation skills, communication, efficiency, and more. He helps individuals develop their unique abilities and strengths, while working transformationally with change – in depth!

SHORT ABOUT BUSINESS COACHING

A common mistake when you think about executive coaching, leadership coaching and business coaching is that it is like a branch of coaching that separates itself from “regular” coaching and life coaching. Actually there is not difference. Coaches uses business coaching och executive coaching in front of the word coaching to get more of an effect on their potential clients. They want to separate their coaching from other coaches. Coaching educations do the same thing, all the titles and definitions are more about a way to market yourself but there is no define difference in the coaching.

Here are some simple explanations to understand why they’ve decided to separate it.
A business manager is more likely to be tempted to hire a coach who calls himself executive coach and who offers executive coaching or leadership coaching, especially when they need to get the board to approve the cost of hiring a business coach. An entrepreneur, on the other hand, may be more attracted to the business coaching because that’s where they identify their needs. Anyone looking for a coach to help them achieve a living balance or something else personally will probably seek a life coach for this instead of a business coach.

Because coaching is an unregulated field, a coach can call itself any kind of coach. The important thing to keep in mind when looking for a coach is that the person has a proper coach training. That someone has 20 years of marketing experience, management or a civil engineering background does not matter in a coaching conversation. In some cases, it may even be a warning signal, taking the role of an advisor who delivers their experience, vision and opinion on how a client should act and manage situations. Certifications There are many different courses and certifications – One of the largest available today is issued by the International Coach Federation (ICF), which is an organization that ensures that the coaching performed by the coach is of a certain standard. All coaching has the same foundation and is defined by its practice and its results. Coaching is a series of intentional conversations that allow a person or group to live their fullest life. ICF, the world’s largest coaching organization, has 11 core competencies that all professional coaches will be practicing, whether they call themselves a business coach, coach or life coach.

WHAT DEFINES A COACH?

  • Coacher does not speak they listen.
  • Coaches do not provide information, they ask questions.
  • Coaches do not give ideas, they generate ideas from the client.
  • Coacher does not share their history, they get their information from the client’s experience.
  • Coacher does not present solutions, they expand the client’s thinking.
  • Coaches do not provide solutions, they give the client the power to choose themselves.

BUSINESS COACHING GIVES A PROFESSIONAL TONE

The pressure of continuously delivering results causes leaders to ignore things that are not perceived as important. Because executives are amazing performers, they have come a long way thanks to their abilities, but encounter the roof of their abilities the higher up in the organization they manage to come. In these positions you need to develop mor than just strengths to prevent serious consequences. Mistakes in leadership can both cost millions and jobs.

Executive coaching can be very challenging in terms of time and energy. The higher up a leader comes in a business, the less time and patience they might have for slow processes. In order for a co-operation between the coach and the boss to work optimally, clarity, transparency and straightforward communication are required in all matters relating to the topic, goals and processes of coaching.