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We help you grow your company and executive teams through careful, strategic planning so you can navigate economic landscapes and leverage the most effective tools for your business.

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    There are four big decisions to make when it comes to scaling your business. Get these right, or risk leaving significant revenues, profits, and time on the table.

    These four decisions are:

    Are the stakeholders (employees, customers, shareholders) happy and engaged in the business; and would you “rehire” all of them?


    Can you state your firm’s strategy simply — and is it driving sustainable growth in revenue and gross margins?


    Are all processes running without drama and driving industry-leading profitability?


    Do you have consistent sources of cash, ideally generated internally, to fuel the growth of your business?


    Elevation Leaders helps you get these four key decisions right, allowing you to gain and maintain control of the challenges of scaling a business. This allows more time to focus on nurturing your company culture; investing in refining a sound strategy; and devoting enough time to planning execution.





    Some of our clients


    Francis C.
    Shawn is a phenomenal coach! One of the best listeners I know. He is smart, efficient, fun and super organized. He genuinely wants to help us make our life better while showing us the right way to grow our business to the next level. Thank you Shawn!
    Sun Ah B.
    Shawn is one of the most disciplined and driven people I know. He has helped me align my vision and organize my business by steady focus and determination. His positivity and ability to help organizations work on key pillars of growth have been a major pivot point for my business.
    Richard M.

    Shawn is one of the rare breeds of entrepreneurs that has EQ that’s as high as his IQ. He is a highly strategic thinker that brings fresh perspectives and ideas to any problem. Combine that with his empathy and you have the recipe for a truly great leader.


    What is business coaching?

    Working with an experienced business coach is your ultimate tool to achieve massive results. Globally, some of the most successful companies and entrepreneurs rely on business coaching services to become the best version of themselves and differentiate their offerings from the competition. During these meetings, you’ll set clear goals and map action plans to achieve them, break through limiting beliefs that are holding you back and identify opportunities and strategies for creating personal and business growth.

    Who is business coaching for?

    Whether your business is in its early stages and needs help moving in the right direction, or your organization is established but is experiencing the frustration of stagnation or chaos of growth, you’ll create a plan for profitable growth and unprecedented success. Your coach will get to know you and your business and empower you with personal, 1:1 guidance to help push you to achieve your greatest goals and meet your organization’s specific needs. With more coaching, you’ll experience greater and greater success, and incorporating business coaching for each member of your executive team can result in explosive, exponential growth.

    What is the difference between a coach and a consultant?

    A coach is a mentor that empowers the people within an organization to find their own solutions to business issues. Coaches are often generalists that share knowledge, encourage mindset shifts, and conduct critical thinking exercises to empower the organization. A coach is not the same as a consultant.

    What are the benefits of working with a business coach?

    When you live and breathe your business on a daily basis, it is hard to create a separation. It is easy to get caught up in the daily operations, rarely being able to take a bird’s eye view to work “ON” the business. A strong coach will help the team build a long term vision and think much more strategically. The coach will also provide an unbiased external perspective that will challenge the status quo. Another benefit is the ability to bring examples and experiences from other similar companies, creating a flow of new ideas that could be implemented quickly. Finally, a strong business coach can help the team engage in constructive conflict that is a key ingredient for every successful company. Most avoid these challenging discussions. The coach will provide a safe platform for collaboration despite differences in opinions.

    How much do business coaching services cost?

    When searching for a business coach, pricing will definitely vary based on several factors. First, and most importantly, pricing will be affected by the experience of the coach. When a coach has a strong track record of success with clients over time, it will cost more. That knowledge will often accelerate the achievement of goals while creating excellent team cohesion. Second, the methodology being used will be a key factor. There are several different methodologies that exist. Some have more tools and resources with a proven track record. It is important to understand which is best for your business. Third, every business coach will have their own structure. This includes meeting rhythm, vision building process and level of support. The level of support specifically will be an important factor in pricing. Finally, you will need to find business coaching services that fit your business size and aspirations. You can choose to invest in a more experienced coach, which could be a great decision, but it will definitely depend on your willingness to take that leap. It isn’t for everyone. To answer this question, we will base pricing on an annual coaching contract. The range will be 25K to 100K USD. The range is wide based on the above factors. It is important to meet 2-3 different coaches / coaching organizations to ensure the absolute right fit, from both a values and structure perspective.

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