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Coaching Executive coach for the green industry

"We have received an overwhelmingly positive response from our attendees on your presentation at the Management Clinic.  Your presence on our program enabled us to not only meet but also exceed our commitment to offer our attendees a well-rounded program of green industry education and we are sincerely grateful for your participation."  ms, ANLA

"I just wanted to thank you for being my coach. I see such courage in you and really find that so powerful.  You have amazing skills, talents, and energy that you generously share with so many people.  You bring a smile to me fueling my fire for life."  tl, Garden Center owner.

"Thank you so much for the outstanding job you did in leading our 8 week leadership class.  It rates up there on the top of my list as a 'best class'. You are a natural leader with great facilitator skills.  I really hated to see the class come to end as everyone received so much practical information and were able to improve their lives in many ways."  a.d. Professor CO State University.

Let’s get to the bottom line. Can coaching make a difference for me and my business?
Plain and simple, coaching helps smart people become exceptional leaders and managers.
Executive coaches work with people who need to get things done. If a coach can’t help you get something done— and done better— then that person doesn’t have a role in your organization. I’m willing to bet that another PowerPoint presentation isn’t going to make a difference for you in the long run. What will is the personal support of someone of who’s been in the trenches himself, someone who has fixed that problem and sold that product. If you’ve ever had a good athletic coach, you know firsthand what I mean. You know firsthand how your performance improved.

Executive coaches bring value to your company. By helping you solve problems and work smarter, a coach can add value to your operations, services, and products. You’ll gain access to proven techniques, case studies, training, and products to help you do your job better than ever before. Executive coaching can save you time, provide you with the tools you need, do the research and testing for you, and offer analysis, an outside view and expert help for specific situations.

If this idea is new to you, don’t worry. As your coach, my job is to stand alongside you and deliver what you need to thrive professionally and personally. What that look likes, well, that’s up to you. I start by listening. Together, we identify and move forward on the areas that make the most sense for you. The process is convenient and confidential— and respectful of your busy schedule. That’s why most coaching takes place by phone at scheduled times. Group coaching options are also available as teleseminars, workshops, or on-site work with your team.

Think of it as having a mentor, cheerleader, teacher, good conscience, and trusted friend all rolled into one.

You don’t need to take my word for it, or even the word of my satisfied clients. If you’re thinking about giving coaching a try, I’ll tell you upfront that I stand behind what I do. That’s why I believe in offering a free headstart to see if coaching makes sense for you.

“You helped me understand my environment and what it was doing to me—
then helped me change that environment to one that helps everyone.”

“The lights really come on when Roger gets his hand on the switch.”

“I’m learning to listen as intently as you do with me. Man,
what a good feeling that is!”



Are you ready for a meaningful discussion with someone who cares about your success? There's no stopwatch on this call because it’s important to know that we can work together. I’d like to know from you which concerns, goals, projects, or achievements are impacting your job or life right now. I’m sure you have questions for me, too.

My experience says that it won’t take long for both of us to know that we can work together (or not). If you’re not satisfied with your introductory session, you don’t have to pay me. It doesn’t get much simpler than that.
Send an email to me at roger@rogerheins.com or call me at 970.226.8588. I’d love to talk with you about your goals.

Roger G. Heins,