If you want to grow your business and manage it better, there are a thousand and one different ways you can do it. You can read books, watch videos, listen to podcasts, attend conferences, and consume other content all in an effort to be at your best — for your business, your work, and your life.
But did you know that a life coach can also help you to improve your business performance and business management skills as well? Actually, the benefits of working with a life coach might be greater for your business and your work than for your life. Coaching is so powerful that it can substantially boost your productivity, your work performance, your business management, and team effectiveness.
What’s the proof?
Life Coach Spotter just published a new infographic called “Does Life Coaching Really Work?” And while the benefits for your life are huge, the benefits for your business and work life are significant too. Here are some of the stats they included:
- 70% improved their work performance
- 61% improved their business management
- 57% improved their time management
- 51% improved their team effectiveness
Additionally, 67% of survey respondents increased their work-life balance. So what does this tell us?
We learn that life coaching is not just about your life. No, no. The mental and spiritual aspects of your life totally impact your work performance as well. So if you improve your attitude, it will carry over into your work. If you get clearer and more aligned with your goals, it will certainly influence your ability to achieve your business goals.
And there is no shortage in the types of coaching specialties that you can find. There is coaching for: performance, business, executive, career, sales, management, and more. Your ideal coach might be a specialist for your business, or they may be a generalist for multiple areas of your life.
Either way, coaching can be very effective. Don’t believe it?
Take a look below and see the impact that coaching can have on your business and on your life.
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Today’s work environment bears hardly any resemblance to that of a few decades ago. Call it a passage of time or a generational shift, there is no denying that right from the process of job hunting to the way the workforce communicates with each other, the differences are plenty and drastic.
Global recruitment company Next Generation along with NeoMam Studios, has released an infographic depicting a few of these social and technological changes that have transformed the way we work. The research data suggests that while most jobs in the market today didn’t exist 20 years ago, it’s expected that in around a decade’s time, 60% of the jobs will be completely new compared to today’s workforce.
Further, professional space has come a long way from jobseekers waiting in long queues of employment exchanges to recruiters now seeking out hires through professional social networks. The traditional hierarchical structures have also given way to a more flexible, flat system- with horizontal organizational orders more prevalent than previous years. One of the most evident changes is the relatively balanced gender ratio in many fields of work when compared to previous years.
The infographic suggests that erosion of the conventional concept of the workplace and traditional work hours together with the rise of remote working, has emerged as a mixed blessing, with employees working from anywhere and as a result, at any time. For more insights, check out the infographic charting out a few ways workplace has changed over the years and how it continues to change.
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Traveling is one of the most rewarding and fulfilling experiences a human can take part in. However, it can be costly. This infographic digs into the myriad ways you can earn money when traveling – looking at specific locations as well as jobs that can be done anywhere in the world.
Hiring can be a bit like dating at times. Before a commitment is made, both parties evaluate the prospect of moving the relationship forward and reserve the right to back out at any moment. In digital marketing, the complexity of hiring is compounded by the fact that the growing need for digital marketing talent gives candidates a lot more options than before while the quality of candidates is not always easy to assess. So if you are part of a startup and are looking to bring on digital marketers, how do you differentiate the great ones from the mediocre ones? This infographic outlines the specific qualifications you need to look for in your candidates.
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There are shocking comparisons between gender and ethnicity equality in the current nursing profession. Topics are exposed such as modern pay inequality lack of cultural and gender diversity in the workplace, age representation in the profession, and changes in the nurse population over time according to the U.S. Census