Business coach. Consultant on aspects management, complexity handling and open problem-solving processes.
Multitasking, in the sense of dividing your attention between several activities or tasks that you're trying to do at the same time, is generally not a good idea. Sometimes it cannot reasonably be avoided (for example when someone is looking after a small child, while something else needs to get done as well), but generally your work will be of its highest quality and greatest efficiency when you focus on one task at a time.
However, you probably have more than one goal. For example in many small businesses it is important to win new customers, and in addition it is also important to improve IT security. Furthermore, there are probably also other goals in your life in addition to the various aspects of business success.
You deserve to be supported by a coach. Someone who is always on your side, and who supports you as you choose your strategy and actions, and as you work on overcoming the various challenges that stand in the way of success.
In coaching, I guide my clients mainly through asking questions in a process of reflection, and setting goals, and taking action to achieve those goals, and personal growth. An important element of this is in following up with the coachee in regard to the actions they had decided to take.
Coaching can be one-on-one or with a group. In the latter case, it will likely be part of a special event.
One-on-one coaching is usually conducted by means of three coaching sessions per month, either through in-person meetings or via electronic means of communication:
- Regular in-person meetings are possible in the cities of Zurich and Jona-Rapperswil and everywhere in between including in particular the towns of Uster and Wetzikon and the surrounding villages.
- One-on-one coaching also works well via telephone or equivalent electronic means of communication.