January 30, 2015 // Franchising.com // SOUTHBURY, Conn. – As a small business grows and company culture and structure evolves with the various and changing industry landscapes, the leadership styles of those business owners tend to reflect that evolution. In order to maintain strong leadership skills that are crucial in any developing or established business, AdviCoach, a national business coaching and advisory firm customized for small- to mid-size businesses (SMBs), provides the top three leadership goals every business owner should have to drive business and effectively lead their team in 2015.
"After reflecting on the year prior, it's important for small business owners to recognize the leadership skills they've acquired over time as well as embrace the areas they need to improve on," says AdviCoach founder Terry Powell. "Studies show that when an individual takes time to set goals to guide their year, they are likely to achieve more than if they don't set goals."
Kicking off the New Year, these leadership goals should be at the top of every entrepreneur's list:
When considering leadership skills for business owners, these are just three of the countless qualities that the best small business owners should possess. Small business owners should always be refining their leadership skills, and what better way to do so then by making a few New Year's resolutions?
"Leadership qualities do not come naturally to all people, but these goals are absolutely effective ways that entrepreneurs and small business owners can improve upon their leadership skills in order to better drive their ventures and staff," Powell said. "It is crucial to establish attainable goals and benchmarks for your business as a way to evaluate your success, especially when it comes to taking ownership of your business and accountability as a leader. This not only garners respect and appreciation from employees, but reflects on your customers and the community."
If improving leadership qualities is a key goal for 2015, then consider connecting with a small business coach. A trusted, third-party resource provides an outsider's perspective and can help identify ways to become a better leader.
For more insight on this topic and advice on other small business challenges, visit the AdviCoach blog at http://advicoachblog.com.
With more than 30-years of experience in business coaching, AdviCoach is the premier source for business coaching and advisory services customized for small to mid-size businesses (SMBs). The AdviCoach business model is designed to empower SMB owners to increase the productivity and value of their businesses through unique coaching methodologies and the deployment of "Rapid Impact Strategies," ultimately reaching long-term Income, Lifestyle, Wealth, and Equity goals. Part of Franchise Source Brands International™, AdviCoach and its sister company The Entrepreneur's Source dominate $1.5 billion industry with a commanding 33 percent of the business coaching and consulting franchise market in North America. For further information, visit http://www.advicoach.com/.
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With more than 30-years of experience in business coaching, AdviCoach is the premier source for business coaching and advisory services customized for small to mid-size businesses (SMBs).