Find Your Competitive Advantage with Jen Ryan Coaching

by Pat Hammond on Wednesday, May 20, 2015

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Have you ever used a business coach? Have you at least thought about it?

If you're not familiar with the world of business coaching, it's a lot like sports coaching.

A business coach can work with an individual or a team, can specialize in one particular position or industry and uses their specialized skills, training and knowledge to help their clients create goals to overcome obstacles and achieve success.

Jen Ryan of Jen Ryan Coaching is a successful small business owner who brings the skills and lessons learned over her 25 year career to help you develop the personal and business skills you need to start and grow your small business.

  • creating/improving systems to make your business run more smoothly
  • develop action plans for building a profitable client base
  • strategies for customer service
  • building a stronger business through personal or staff development

Every tool in Ryan's box is geared towards helping you make better decisions.

Athletes have always understood the value of a good coach. A person who knows the mechanics and rules of their sport and can help them leverage their own innate skills to achieve greatness. A business coach is no different.

As an experienced business coach Ryan not only understands the basic underpinnings of starting and running a strong business, but she can help you to:

  • improve your focus/learn to see the big picture
  • make better goals
  • quantify results & set benchmarks
  • build stronger systems and networks
  • understand why you make the choices you make

It's Not Just for Hipsters Either

Twenty years ago coaching was a hot new trend, today it's the favorite tool for anyone who wants to hone their offering and get ahead.

According to the International Coaching Federation's (ICF) Global Coaching Client Study[1] the average US coaching client is between 45 and 56 years old, has a master's degree and is looking for help improving their business, work/life balance and career opportunities.

Not only do these findings belie the notion that coaching is a new age hipster trend, but it shows that 66% of coaching clients are people reaching the middle of their careers. People who have their foot at the top of the ladder and are looking for a competitive advantage.

Ryan concurs. She says that her practice is pretty evenly split between individuals looking to change careers or find some balance and corporate clients who want to take their business to the next level.

The fact is that smart people hire experts.

The Great Recession may have officially ended six years ago, but people and businesses are still struggling.

The new normal demands that we find new ways to use old skills while adapting to new technologies.

Whether you're self-employed or work in the corporate world, it's essential that you grow and evolve with an ever changing workplace. If you want an edge on your road to success talk to Jen Ryan at Jen Ryan Coaching, she has the tools you need to succeed.

For more information about Jen Ryan Coaching please visit jenryancoaching.com

Resources:

1. International Coaching Federation (ICF) Global Client Coaching Study: http://icf.files.cms-plus.com/includes/media/docs/Country.pdf