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2, November 2020

The Executive Coaching Advantage

There is a reason why so many successful companies use executive coaching. It works. It gives them an edge. Coaching improves the performance of individuals, teams and organizations. Turnover is reduced. Sales and profits increase. And the executive coaching advantage extends from Cincinnati, Ohio to Kentucky, to Jacksonville, Florida and all over America.

When there are problems

One of the most common times when an executive coach is hired is to address negative behaviors. Of course, that makes sense. When there is a problem, strong business leaders attempt to fix it.

Experienced executive coaches can quickly diagnose the issue and begin a coaching regimen to turn things around. Most of the time it works. Progress is seen. Old, bad habits are broken. Things get better.

When there are opportunities

Many companies use executive coaching to develop their high potential (HiPo) employees. These potential top performers are often sponges, eager to learn from a sage pro.

In many cases it’s a senior manager or VP. Individuals who are doing well. They may have a couple areas that, if improved, would take them to the top. And that’s exactly what a veteran executive coach will do.

When it’s for the good of the company

Many CEOs use executive coaches. They want an outside, independent voice in their ear. Someone who will tell them the hard truths. And help them lead their company more effectively.

Executive Coach Krissi Barr

For over 18 years, Krissi Barr has been one of the most successful executive coaches in America. And that’s because the people she has coached achieved their goals. They made progress—often leaps and bounds—and got the job done. The executive coaching advantage made the difference. And it works in Cincinnati, Ohio, Kentucky, Jacksonville and Amelia Island, Florida. Please contact Krissi Barr to discover what the team at Barr Corporate Success can do for you.

Krissi Barr, Executive Coach

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