"Don't you deserve someone who will help you reach your best?!"
Twenty 20 Coaching has more that sixty years of combined business experience to support leaders in multiple industries. Our team of associates is dedicated to helping others achieve their best through business coaching, leadership development, goals alignment and strategic planning.
How Does Business Coaching Work?
Business Coaching is a planned process based on the goals of the client and his/her organization. It is designed to develop skills in people that they haven't utilized or learned. Business Coaching allows you to scrutinize yourself and your organization with a critical eye... and then take the steps necessary to correct mistakes and put it all on the track you want.
Your coaching sessions will be a challenge, but are guaranteed to work if you apply your discoveries. This journey is about maximizing potential and talents for you and your company. Every individual and organization desires improved results. Winners create a vision for the future; develop goals that are aligned with that visions and make a plan to achieve those goals. They focus on whatever it takes to realize that vision.
Once your vision is set, your coach will be there for you through every step. But your coach won't do the work for you. It is not a quick-fix relationship. It is simple but sometimes difficult. Expect your coach to ask the hard questions and help you enact change even when it is uncomfortable.
Business coaching designs the course according to your goals and holds you accountable for achieving those goals. Isn't it time you succeeded in pursuit of your highest ideals and standards? Business coaching will help you crash the barriers that have kept you from cashing in on your talents and potential.
Contact us for a free sample session. Take your potential and make it a working reality through executive coaching!
"Left to our own devices, most of us will not change until it is more uncomfortable to be where we are, than it is to get where we want to go. And, contrary to popular belief, it takes thirteen weeks (not twenty-one days) to change a habit"
- Linda Limbers Mitchell