You’ve paid for your business cards, now invest in yourself. You are the best tool your business has. As small business owners we find ourselves having to become experts in all sorts of fields, not just our field of expertise. Just think of accounting, marketing, customer service, website design and all the other things your business needs to be a success. Coaching gets you from where you are to where you want to be much faster than going it alone. Coaching also provides you with tools and techniques to keep your business on track for years to come.
We have 2 courses that we deliver to small business owners. Each course consists of 6 x 1hr sessions spread over a 3 to 6 month period.
At Time for Living we offer a pro-active approach to managing wellbeing at work. We recognise that economic pressures have changed the way we all work, leading to an increase in stress. Our group coaching courses focus on supporting employees to develop management strategies for themselves to not only cope with work stress, but also manage their lives more effectively.
Coaching is often used in the business world as it yields measurable improvements in performance, focus, productivity, sales figures and turnover. But this has almost exclusively been applied to top level executives due to it’s prohibitive costs. Time for Living is bringing the benefits of personal performance coaching to all employees through our carefully crafted group coaching sessions.
By supporting employees to gain more control in their lives and managing stressful situations better, long-term stress and risk of burn-out is decreased and employees are freed up to become more creative and innovative. Their concentration improves and therefor they also become more productive. Having a healthy outlook on life also reduces absenteeism and presenteeism.
We have 2 courses that we deliver to organisations. Each course is delivered over 6 half day sessions consisting of max. 20 employees per session. Sessions can be delivered in intervals ranging from 1 week to 1 month between sessions, depending on organisational constraints.