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Coaching & Consulting

What Is Coaching? (The Individual)

It is about achieving what you really want

  • Solving your problems and meeting your challenges.
  • Reaching your goals.
  • Enabling you to focus and achieve results more quickly.


You've seen athletes huddling with a coach. They plan strategy and discuss how to win the game and be the best.

It's the same idea here.

Coaching is a supportive and encouraging relationship, committed to your success. It provides a structure so that you can solve your problems and achieve more. Accomplishing results you would only ever have dreamt of before.

Coaching is a collaborative partnership, helping you get to the source of your problems (even the small ones), to discover permanent solutions and move forward.

It's a unique, ongoing relationship, focusing on you and what you most want.

Coaching is...

 

  • a holistic approach. The work supports and develops the whole person - emotionally, physically, intellectually and spiritually. It is all embracing and works on every aspect of your life.

  • a process which is action-orientated and encourages you to do more than you would on your own.

  • an effective way to help you on your journey towards achieving success and balance in your life.

  • an investment you make in both yourself and your work. It will have an immediate effect on your life.


    Coaching provides a flexible structure to match your individual needs.


    Coaching concentrates on you and is a personalised way to assist you to identify, clarify and achieve your dreams and goals.

 

Coaching cheers you on towards your goal.

Coaching is a proactive relationship, focusing on what’s best for you. It supports you completely and encourages you to share even your wildest dreams - yes, even those which many people trample on or say 'You'll never do that'.

 

If you and your business would benefit from a Business Coach -   Contact Us today!

 

 

Do I need a consultant? (The Company)

A consultant (from the Latin consultare means "to discuss" from which we also derive words such as consul and counsel) is a professional who provides advice in a particular area of expertise.

CSS provides consultants in the following fields:

1. Accounting: Accounting is something that every business needs, no matter how large or small. Accounting consultants can help a business with all of its financial needs.

 

2. Advertising: This type of consultant is normally hired by a business to develop a good strategic advertising campaign.

 

3. Auditing: From consultants who audit utility bills for small businesses to consultants who handle major work for telecommunications firms, auditing consultants are enjoying the fruits of their labor.

 

4. Business: Do you have a team in place, but still need assistance on for your business to turn a profit? A business consultant may be just the answer.

 

5. Business writing: Everyone knows that most business people have trouble when it comes to writing a report--or even a simple memo. Enter the business writing consultant, and everyone is happy!

 

6. Career counseling: With more and more people finding themselves victims of a corporate downsizing, career counselors will always be in demand. Career counselors guide their clients into a profession or job that will help them be both happy and productive as an employee.

 

7. Communications: Communications consultants specialize in helping employees in both large and small businesses better communicate with each other, which ultimately makes the business more efficient and operate smoothly.

 

8. Computer consulting: From software to hardware, and everything in between.

 

9. Editorial services: From producing newsletters to corporate annual reports, editorial consultants are what you need.

 

10. Human resources: As long as businesses have people problems (and they always will), consultants in this field are necessary. People-problem prevention programs could include teaching employees to get along with others, respect and even violence prevention in the workplace.)

 

11. Marketing: Can you help a business write a marketing plan? Or do you have ideas that you feel will help promote a business? If so, why not try your hand as a marketing consultant?

 

12. Publishing: If you're interested in the publishing field, then learn everything you can and you, too, can be a publishing consultant. A publishing consultant usually helps new ventures when they are ready to launch a new newspaper, magazine, newsletter--and even websites and electronic newsletters.

 

13. Writing services: Anything related to the written word will always be in demand. Find your specialty in the writing field, and the sky will be the limit!

 

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