Talyaa Vardar

Talyaa Vardar, MA, FCPC, MCC
Executive Coach, Psychologist & Art Therapist

Running a successful business can be both thrilling and stressful. Business owners and executives are responsible for overseeing every aspect of their business and it can be hard to ensure that you are making the most of every opportunity. As a result, many business leaders explore executive coaching in an effort to support and facilitate business growth. Hiring a qualified business coach in Toronto can help you improve your leadership and help you unlock your potential, but be aware that you have to be ready to do the work!

Finding the right Toronto business coach is no different than working with any other field expert, like a personal trainer or a language tutor, to help you learn and expand your skills and abilities. When you have the right guidance and direction, chances are your results will be achieved much faster and will produce a greater impact. A professional and qualified business coach can help you access your strengths and weaknesses, help you develop a business action plan, and push you to move forward with intention.

So, we’ve talked a bit about what a great business coach will do, but what about what you need to do when you commit to working with a business coach?

Here’s How To Maximize Your Results

When you make the decision to commit to executive coaching and find a coach that fits with your needs, here is what you should be prepared to do in order to get the most out of your coaching experience.

Be Financially Prepared

While cost can vary when it comes to business coaches, it is important to set your budget and be prepared to make a financial commitment. Hiring a business coach is a thoughtful investment in yourself and your business and you have to be prepared to invest enough in order to see results. Talk to your coach about what a realistic timeframe for coaching might be and how often you will meet with them as you progress through your coaching in order to better understand the potential financial outlay.

Be Prepared To Make the Time

You will need to carve out time to meet with your business coach regularly (you and your coach will decide on what schedule will work) and you have to commit to keeping those appointments a priority! In addition to meetings with your coach, there will be added time needed to work through your plans and goals and put new strategies into practice.

Be Prepared To Listen

In order to get the most out of your coaching sessions, you have to be ready to listen, and by that we mean listen actively, even if you don’t like what you hear. Your inner voice may be ready to dismiss new ideas or convince you that you can’t do what your coach is asking. You have to stay open and be ready to digest and consider the recommendations and the information being shared with you.

Be Prepared To Change

You will continue to experience the same results unless you are willing to commit to change. Change is hard, but if you want to achieve substantial growth, you need to be prepared to make significant changes. The great news is that with the help of a fantastic business coach, you will learn how to engage your self-motivation, step outside your comfort zone, increase your focus, and identify your strengths and weaknesses. All key factors in achieving the results you want.

Ready To Grow Your Business?

If you’ve got ambitious goals for your business, the right business coach can help you meet your targets. Many leaders struggle with executing their leadership plans, but with a business coach you will have consistent support to keep you accountable and to help you set up, monitor, and evaluate your progress.

Ready to do the work and move forward? The FLOW Coaching Institute can help. Our team of expert coaches can facilitate team or individual coaching and has experience designing programs that will enhance performance and create positive change. To find out more about working with the FLOW Coaching Institute, please contact us.