We understand the challenges you face – we’ve been coaching leaders just like you for over 23 years. You go to the office with exciting plans and then the day happens: urgent problems, unhappy clients, disgruntled employees, unexpected problems of all sorts. At the end of the day, you’re tired and those plans were left in the dust. And then you think, “Oh well, maybe tomorrow.”
How do you break out of this reactive trap? We may have the answer!
We help ambitious leaders build great companies and achieve exceptional results.
It starts with this simple three-step process:
A clear vision gives you and your team a unified target.
Decide on the three most important projects.
Determine how you will accomplish those projects.
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iC3 has provided enormous guidance in the overall operations of my business. My current success can be attributed to iC3’s coaching around many aspects of my business, including growing the business, improving client relationships and increasing the level of employee engagement. Over the past 5 years my business has grown significantly and there are no courses to help with such a transition. Working with the iC3 team has helped me to improve my outlook, the way I do business, to recognize the things that matter, and to stay focused on those things!
CEO, PVI Prairie Villa Insurance
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