October 09, 2012 // Franchising.com // Las Vegas- There comes a time in everyone’s life that a big decision needs to be made. That was the case for Foster McCarl, who was considering going to graduate school to make a change in his future, but, after some research, decided becoming an ActionCOACH Business Coach was his best path toward a secure future, both for himself and his family, as well as his community in general.
“Initially I was taken by the depth of the systems provided by ActionCOACH but what really got me was how the 14 Points of Culture were represented at every level by every person I met at ActionCOACH,” McCarl said.
ActionCOACH is the world’s leader in business and executive coaching. When Brad Sugars, Chairman and Founder, started the company in 1993, the concept of business coaching was still in its infancy. By franchising the company in 1997, Sugars helped business coaching become more mainstream turning it into the second fastest growing category behind Information Technology. ActionCOACH specializes in coaching small to medium sized businesses as well as executive teams and group coaching.
“Having had experience as an entrepreneur, manager and employee, gives me perspective that many business owners might not have. Additionally my strategic planning experience places me in a unique position to view an organization from a distance and see the forest for the trees, so to speak,” McCarl said.
McCarl began his journey as an ActionCOACH Business Coach in Las Vegas, Nevada where the ActionCOACH Global Office is located. Here he spent 10 days training with other new firm owners and business coaches from around the world. They learned the ins and outs of ActionCOACH, how to run a business the ActionCOACH way, branding, systems and techniques, as well as how to apply their knowledge to any business and much more.
ActionCOACH is the world’s number one business coaching and executive coaching firm, with more than 1,000 offices in more than 40 countries, coaching more than 15,000 businesses every week. To learn more, go to actioncoach.com.