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This months Business Coaching Feature, Part 2

Stuart Hayes Leadership Stuart Hayes offers free business planning consultations to entrepreneurs looking to improve the performance of their business, particularly in developing functional and accountable leaders in your business. You can apply for a free two hour business coaching session on his website. Stuart Hayes Leadership is locally based in Port Melbourne.. Stuart is an ex CEO Mr Fix it for top business consulting firms where his role was to go into ailing businesses and get them profitable. This makes his background quite unique among business coaches. Stuart Hayes Leadership is locally based in Port Melbourne. Stuart is an ex CEO Mr Fix it for top business consulting firms where his role was to go into ailing businesses and get them profitable. This makes his background quite unique among business coaches. His coaching is known for its practical approach, which is tailored to the individual circumstances of each business. Stuarts Google+ page Stuart's Facebook page https://youtu.be/_Plz0utRZHM We recently interviewed Stuart as part of our feature on business coaching We asked Stuart the following question: With economists forecasting uncertain economic times, the global economy still remaining fragile and the situation in China uncertain, what do you think are the top concerns business leaders should be considering?

His coaching is known for its practical approach, which is tailored to the individual circumstances of each business. Stuarts Google+ page Stuart's Facebook page https://youtu.be/_Plz0utRZHM We recently interviewed Stuart as part of our feature on business coaching We asked Stuart the following question: With economists forecasting uncertain economic times, the global economy still remaining fragile and the situation in China uncertain, what do you think are the top concerns business leaders should be considering? Stuart: Based on my experience, I would say that one of the most important things business leaders should be considering is adapting to the changing circumstances of new market conditions

His coaching is known for its practical approach, which is tailored to the individual circumstances of each business. Stuarts Google+ page Stuart's Facebook page https://youtu.be/_Plz0utRZHM We recently interviewed Stuart as part of our feature on business coaching We asked Stuart the following question: With economists forecasting uncertain economic times, the global economy still remaining fragile and the situation in China uncertain, what do you think are the top concerns business leaders should be considering? Stuart: Based on my experience, I would say that one of the most important things business leaders should be considering is adapting to the changing circumstances of new market conditions

My advice is to reach out for help from someone you can  work with, someone independent, as quickly as possible. The quality of the outcomes you achieve in business is always proportional to the quality of the questions you ask and the first question you need to ask yourself is, “Is my fundamental approach still the right one?” Ideally you should look for a mentor or coach you feel you can trust, someone who has stood in your shoes and can help you see what’s really going on and what you need to do next. Stuart also runs a podcast on developing leadership skills in your career called Careers Unplugged and it’s one of the leading podcasts in business development in Australia. https://youtu.be/2RbGO9XAj94



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