Have you taken your eye of the ball on coaching in business?
It goes without saying that sports gold medallists have a coach, so too championship and grand final winners. Yet when it comes to business we often feel as if it's of no merit to have a coach!
Is it just easier to keep an eye on the ball when there's a real ball involved I wonder?
In this post for Future Purchasing, for whom I'm an associate, I invite you to consider the benefits to be obtained if you do have a coach, even if it is for the more mental activities we do when in the office.
For more on the coaching I personally offer do see here.
Another post for FP that aligns with this post, is about the similarities between parenting and procurement.