Women have challenges
in their lives and careers that men simply don't have. In fact,
most of our clients here at Feroce are women -- it may
well be that women are just smarter about asking for
help. (If a man can't ask for directions, how is he
going to ask for support from a coach?) Our women's
business coaching is designed to provide women with
the support they need to succeed in business. Women know
they face special challenges, and special challenges cry
out for specially tailored solutions.
Our coaches, both male and
female, all have business experience. (If you're
wondering how male coaches can adequately address those
challenges, look into a coach for a
we're doing personal coaching for a woman, or career
coaching for women, we hear the same thing. Nearly forty
years after the dawn of women's lib, women still have
challenges men don't have to worry about.
Even if the woman works full-time in the corporate
world, she's often still expected to shoulder all or
more than her share of responsibility for:
- care and feeding of children and significant other
- arranging child care
- cleaning house and shopping, etc.
Women see double-standards at work,
- Tough and organized women professionals threaten some
men, whether managers or employees, who label them
- Women at work or in business are often seen
only as women -- not as people and
businesspersons too -- and so have to deal with either
dismissal or unwelcome attention
- After putting in their time, women sometimes find that
their ambition to move upward, rather than retire to a
life of child-rearing, is not taken seriously.
Thus: the glass ceiling appears.
balance your womanhood with your personhood, your
marital status with your professional status, and so on?
How best to communicate with bosses (and husbands) who
are men? And how do you do all that and conceive and
execute the best business strategies possible?
coaching is an increasingly popular alternative. Coaching is more concentrated, more cost-effective, and
arguably more effective than most consulting, which is
far more expensive. And coaching is holistic: no
consultant is ever going to look at your entire
situation and work with you to increase your awareness
about it, and take action in areas outside his or her
immediate area of expertise. Business and executive
As with choosing a therapist, a
personal fitness trainer, an accountant or a lawyer, or
any other type of professionals, a businesswoman’s
choice of a business coach is somewhat personal,
depending to some extent on chemistry, and in some
respect professional, depending on how complementary are
the coach's life and business experience and skill-sets.
Email us about a free coaching
consultation. We can discuss what’s right for you – and
you can hear for yourself, because you’re the
Contact us about
women's business coaching now.
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