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North Central Insurance Agency Energizes Family Business with Executive Coaching
The past several years the company experienced relatively flat growth. “Each year we were gaining new customers but losing just as many, which was really frustrating,” said Hannah. “So I tried to find new ways to be innovative and increase accounts,” she said. “We needed a different way to think about our business, because the industry in general has changed so much,” she added.
Ross Albers Improves Business Strategy While Maximizing Growth With Executive Coaching
When Albers began his own practice, like many new firms, he had to take just about any case he could. Initially, most of his cases originated from panel work which gave him a lot of visibility in the legal community, but required him to travel extensively across the State defending cases, while not generating much income. The frustrations of not working “smart” started to set in, and a colleague who was working with The Growth Coach, suggested he talk to them.
Mid-Atlantic Spinal Rehab & Chiropractic Experiences Rapid Growth and Success with Executive Coaching
Dr. Gulitz moved to Baltimore in 2012 from Las Vegas. As a transplant to the area, and just opening his practice, he had little experience with sales, marketing, and the day-to-day operations of running a business. He strived to have comprehensive patient care driven by excellent customer service, yet he soon realized he was ‘treading water’ with his business tactics. “I wasn’t enjoying my business working 80 hours a week,” stated Gulitz, “I may have even been losing money.” While he admits that he had issues growing the practice, he didn’t think he needed a coach.
Greenleaf Construction Maximizes Growth With Executive Coaching
George Brown started his business out of a love and passion for his trade. A skilled carpenter with an eye for detail, he saw a business opportunity to focus on high-end projects, because it seemed his clients were having difficultly finding skilled craftsmen. His company has attracted and kept it’s employees happy because they offer attractive benefits that are a rarity in this field — health insurance, paid vacations, training. However in 2014, he realized the company was not growing rapidly and business was experiencing seasonal peaks and lulls which made it difficult to maintain everyone’s full- time employment.