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Empower Your Business: Discover 3 Benefits of GGOB Business Coaching

Empower your business discover 3 benefits of GGOB business coaching blog

You've attended the webinars and the conferences, seen the success stories, and even read the book that started it all. 

In other words, you're sold. Creating a "business of business people" sounds amazing! But when it comes to actually applying it — that's a different story

If this sounds like you, GGOB's business coaching can help. The true value of business coaching is better than you might think.

Some of the best reasons you might benefit from business coaching include:

  • Create better team structures
  • Establish stronger business processes
  • Be more motivated and confident
  • Better time management
  • Specific action plan for implementing The Game™

Here are three reasons why business coaching helps you implement The Great Game of Business faster and with more ease. 

1. Accountability & Support

A core benefit to business coaching is that you get accountability and support from someone who knows your industry. They've been there, seen the same challenges, and overcame them.

Having someone there to provide valuable, objective insight, adjust your implementation method, or remind you how to stay on track is a worthwhile investment.

A GGOB coach is like a business mentor, helping you as little or as much as you'd like with goal setting, decision-making, and strategic planning for how to play The Game.

One-on-one coaching encourages you to realistically measure success and to better assess strengths, weaknesses, or blind spots within your organization that could prevent you from becoming a high-performing Great Game® company. 

2. Increased Confidence

A coach is there to motivate you, push you, and help you stay on track. If you're overwhelmed and, more than likely, overworked with mounting daily tasks, the last thing on your list of priorities is training employees on how to play The Game.

These circumstances can make anyone feel less than confident about spearheading a new business model.

The right tools, support, and advice can go a long way in creating confidence and certainty.

You can put in place all facets of The Great Game of Business within your organization. 

GGOB coaches know the exact tools you need to set a clear, well-defined roadmap to progress. Having gone through formal certification and training, they know exactly what is necessary to start incorporating core employee ownership principles into an organization — no matter where your particular starting point may be. 

After identifying some big-picture concepts, bottlenecks, and challenges, you get an actionable, detailed roadmap toward success. 

Each business is unique. Each team, department, or organization is at a different stage of development. Coaching deliverables are uniquely tailored to take this fact into account. 

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3. Better Time Management

Sure. It's entirely possible to incorporate The Game by yourself, whether it's through reading our books, watching webinars, or joining The GGOB Community memberships. 

There is one significant downside to a strict DIY implementation. It takes time.

And in the world of business, time is money. A business coach is there to help you accomplish more in less time, giving you unique, fresh insights into whatever issue you're tackling. 

A certified GGOB coach can dive deep to analyze your current organization, even your business strategy, to create new workflows designed to free up your time.

That way, you or a team member can dedicate more time to implementing The Great Game of Business. 

If you find yourself asking questions like this: 

"Where do I find time to educate team members on the financials and still meet my deadlines?"

"How can I incorporate Huddles into the workweek?"

A coach can work to identify and replace any existing time-consuming implementation activities.

Experienced, qualified coaching will streamline your organization. It will get you and your team ready to onboard and incorporate the core principles of The Great Game of Business — to empower, educate, and engage your workforce.

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Our approach to running a company was developed to help close one of the biggest gaps in business: the gap between managers and employees. We call our open-book approach The Great Game of Business. What lies at the heart of The Game is a very simple proposition: The best, most efficient, most profitable way to operate a business is to give everybody in the company a voice in saying how the company is run and a stake in the outcome. Let us teach you how to develop a culture of ownership, where employees think, act and feel like owners.