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Business Coach London: How to Choose the Right One

Business Coach London: How to Choose the Right One

Written by Jade Jemma

The Sales Strategist & Business Mentor


As a business mentor and business coach in London, I’m here to help you find the best coach for your business. I can provide you with the right questions to ask and help you evaluate each potential coach to ensure you make the best decision for your business. I’m also happy to answer any questions you may have about the process of selecting a business coach. I’m confident that by working together, we can find the perfect coach to help your business reach its goals.


Changes in the Business Coaching and Mentoring Sector You Need to Know about!


Let’s face it, we all want business success and as a sales strategist and business mentor who is known for my kind but direct delivery, here are some considerations when it comes to finding the best business coaches for entrepreneurs.

So, before you frantically type ‘business coach London’ (or wherever you are based) into Google and invest in the first coach you stumble across, discover these key questions to ask them that will empower your selection when it comes to finding the right business coach London to help you navigate your business through the current climate.

All you need to do is remember these three simple points right now…

Questions to Ask a Business Coach, London


It’s a Buyers’ Market – Trust that Your Perfect Business Coach is out there

You are in a prime position to be selective and not be sold to, so pushy sales funnels and high-end tech does not impress so much in current times.

With constant tech advances and automation at our fingertips, just because someone can build a social media bot, or set up an automated offering does not make them a better business coach than the person who uses simple systems and a human approach to grow and develop their clients skills.

So when looking for a business coach, it’s important to ask the right questions to ensure you find the best fit for your needs. Questions you should ask include:


1. What experience do you have with business coaching?

When looking for a business coach, it is important to look for someone who has extensive experience in the business field and an understanding of the industry you work in.

Anyone can sign up to an online programme and then call themselves an expert with some sales copy swipes and a fancy logo. However, real world experience is hard to beat.

They should also have a proven track record of helping businesses reach their goals and objectives. Additionally, it is important to find a coach who has excellent communication and interpersonal skills, as well as a good understanding of the business environment.

Finally, you should look for someone who is passionate about helping their clients succeed and is willing to go the extra mile to make sure that their clients reach their goals.


2. What connections do you have?

Your network is your networth!

It is a wise move to grow and expand relationships to maintain an ongoing network.

When selecting a coach to help grow your business, it’s important to make sure they have a strong network of contacts and professionals in your industry who can help you reach your goals.

Talk to your potential coach about their history and experience in your field and ask for names of contacts who have worked with them in the past.

Ultimately, you want to make sure the coach you choose has the right connections to help you grow your business and reach your goals.


3. How do you approach business coaching?

From my experience, business coaches often focus on helping their clients identify their unique strengths and weaknesses, as well as their personal and professional goals.

They use a variety of methods to understand the needs of their clients, such as conducting interviews, reviewing documents, and facilitating workshops.

Once they have identified their clients’ needs and goals, they set up a working plan and timeline to help their clients achieve those goals.

They also use a variety of tools, from brainstorming to goal setting and problem solving, to help their clients succeed. Ultimately, the goal of a business coach is to empower their clients to be successful in their business endeavours.

So it’s good to find out what their method is, what project tools they may want to use is, how they tend to communicate with you and check you’re happy to work that way.


4. What client successes have you had?

Find out what success looks like to them and ask them to give you examples of successes their clients have had after working with them.


5. What results can I expect from working with you?

Find out what they expect to achieve from coaching. This will help you to understand how they work, and how they will help you to achieve your business goals.


6. What do they value in business?

You should know if the business coach will prioritise profit or some other form of success. Make sure your definition of success is in line with theirs so that you can trust them.


7. Do you have any case studies or testimonials I can review?

Have a look at some real life examples. A good business coach will have clients who will be happy to share their success story with you.


8. Do you have compatible personalities?

You’ll be working with the coach frequently and probably for a long time. If your business is focused on women, look for a feminist business coach to support your mission.

Additionally, it’s important to research the coach and read reviews from past clients to ensure you find the best match for your business. Good luck!

Business Coach Jade Jemma talking at Virgin Startup
Finding the right business coaches can greatly increase your sales

Why Hiring a Business Coach, London, is Key to Business Success

Hiring a business coach in London can be a key factor in driving your business to success.

Working with a coach can give you the tools and guidance you need to set measurable goals, develop effective strategies, and maximise your business’ potential.

A business coach can provide valuable advice based on their experience, helping you to identify and take advantage of opportunities, as well as uncovering any weaknesses that could be holding you back.

They can also help you stay motivated and accountable, and provide a fresh perspective and invaluable insight.

Ultimately, working with a business coach can help you to increase efficiency, reduce costs and maximize profits, enabling you to reach your business goals faster.

✅ They will save you money

✅ They’ll have the connections you need to grow your business

✅ They’ll keep you accountable

✅ They’ll help you increase your profits

✅ They’ll teach you to think like a CEO and lead like a leader

✅ They’ll teach you how to track and measure your results and keep you accountable


1:1 Business Coaching Vs. Group Coaching

Group coaching is more affordable than 1:1, has less support (but more support than a course). Usually, group coaching has some kind of course content/plan to it, so that you are going through the material together with a group of people at a similar level to you.

I find having a group of people to work alongside boosts motivation and you can support each other as you go through the coaching together.

Why Take My Advice?

Having come from a corporate sales background and studying business at University to Masters level, I am very much from the business arena.

By transitioning my leadership skills into bespoke business coaching packages my clients benefit from key leadership and sales strategies used to successfully and consistently create desired results in their business. 

As an example, I believe a genuine network of fellow entrepreneurs and business owners together can achieve great things. Impacting all parties, the planet and its people. A great business coach should encourage a quality network and be happy to connect you to opportunities and collaborations.

Finding the right business coach can greatly increase your sales, business growth and most importantly your ability to meet your business mission with support and guidance from someone who has walked the walk.

Be sure to do your research, have a chat with your potential coach about both of your expectations and explore the possibilities before you jump in.


Get Started with Free Business Advice from Jade Jemma

You can join me in the Freedom Business Hub, a FREE community to learn to sell more, find out how fellow entrepreneurs are riding out the current climate and so much more! Plus – I’ve got loads of free Sales Swag (training and resources) that would be perfect to get you started.

Here’s to a match made in heaven in your pursuits to find your ideal fit.

Jade x 

If you’d like to get in touch with me to discuss the challenges you face and where you need help then feel free – I’d be happy to help!