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Sean Ellis Coaching

North Yorkshire

‘20 Certificate of Excellence

Hi, my name is Sean Ellis. My mission as a coach is simple, to support the growth of the independent and small business sector in the UK. To help the 64% of the workforce that wants to start a business to make their dreams a reality. And to help existing independent and small businesses to grow, to thrive, and to be successful. Business, like life, is in the transitions. The riskiest periods for any business, but particularly independent and small ones, are: during the startup phases from conception to startup to survival when growing when transferring ownership when pivoting and/or responding to external market changes In other words, during periods of transformation and change. But as well as risks, there are great opportunities within these transitions that go beyond just making it through. Approached in the right way there are what I call golden egg laying geese to be discovered. Things within your business or yourself that deliver self-sustaining value which make success even more certain. Throughout my life my purpose has to been to find those golden egg laying geese in every situation. That’s what led me to become a coach after 20 years of being in Business Change. And that’s why I focus on the small and independent business sector, because I fervently believe that this is where the UK’s golden egg laying geese are to be found. Those businesses that do or will deliver self-sustaining value to the UK economy, workforce, and culture long into the future. It’s my natural home. As a business transition coach, my role is to help you steer your way through the periods of transformation and change as successfully as possible, helping you to discover those golden egg laying geese. And I believe I have a unique twin-tracked approach to this. Using my extensive experience as a Business Analyst, drawing on best practices and structured models, I help you to identify and review key components of your business Using the latest research in adult vertical development, and in particular Constructed Development Theory, I help you to develop key areas of your thinking (Cognitive Intentions) The focus on vertical development (new ways of thinking) makes me different from many business coaches who often just focus on horizontal development (new skills and knowledge). What makes my approach particularly unique is two-fold: I use an assessment of your thinking style to help define approaches to business interventions that support your vertical development Using the Thinking Quotient (TQ) scale developed by Dr Darren Stevens as part of his Constructed Development research, we can now, for the first time, quantitatively measure improvements in your thinking; your vertical development. To find out more about how I can help you to achieve your business ambitions, get in touch with me.

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What do you love most about your job?

The feeling I get when one of my clients has a breakthrough or a success, no matter how small or large. There is nothing I find more satisfying than seeing people grow, develop and succeed on their own terms. Being, even in some small way, part of that makes life worth living. That’s why I also offer my services pro-bono in some circumstances.

What inspired you to start your own business?

It’s really simple, I love to make a difference. I saw first hand the difference that coaching could make when I was a team leader and had to coach as a manager. So when I was made redundant, I decided to train professionally as a coach. My experience since then has only reinforced my conviction that coaching can make a real difference in people’s lives.

Why should our clients choose you?

In my time coaching, I have helped all sorts of people from different backgrounds achieve small and large goals, change behaviours, and make difficult life decisions. Whether it’s finding your life purpose or finding the motivation to get yourself to the gym, learning to say ‘yes’ to life or ‘no’ to unwanted demands on your time, or overcoming any obstacles that you put in the way of yourself, I have helped others and I can help you.

I am a member of the Association of Coaching, and trained according to International Coaching Federation (ICF) standards. I follow the ICF code of ethics (https://coachfederation.org/code-of-ethics) so you can be sure of my professionalism, and my commitment to being the best coach I can be for you.

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While both are focused on self-improvement, life and career coaching are two very different services. Life coaching is focused on reaching personal goals, whether that’s about relationships, building confidence, or finding meaning in life. Career coaching helps with challenges associated with your career. A career coach may help you cultivate skills such as career planning, interview techniques, CV writing and building confidence.

A business coach (or business consultant) is someone who can provide an outside perspective of you and your business, to provide new insight and strategies to help you reach your business goals. They’re trained in supporting a range of business goals, from driving sales and boosting revenue to supporting more personal career development, like building strong leadership qualities or improving focus and efficiency. Whatever your pain points, a business coach will help you tackle them head-on. They’re typically successful business owners themselves which means they can bring valuable experience to the table!

Whether you’re a one-person start-up or the managing director of a multinational company, we could all benefit from career coaching. Someone from the outside will be able to provide a fresh perspective on issues that you may not even have realised existed! If you’ve got a vision but have no idea how to make it into a reality, then a career coach will help you to break down your goals into manageable chunks to achieve them.

Whatever stage you’re at in your professional journey, a career coach can help you get there, whether it’s making small wins or a big change. If you’re stuck in a rut or looking for a major change in your career or business, a good business coach will help you to earn much more than the cost of their services.

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