Hertfordshire Business Mentor

Hertfordshire, Business Mentoring and Coaching

Having lived and worked in Hertfordshire for over 25 years, I’m extremely well placed to work alongside SME business owners, supporting them with all of their mentoring and coaching requirements.

Running a business can be an extremely lonely existence for the business owner, and that’s why it’s so important to have the on-going support of an experienced and independent advisor who has the benefit of having worked with businesses; small, medium and large over many years alongside you.

London Business Mentor Brian Woolrich – Director

UK Business Mentors Hertfordshire London Manchester Coaching FREE Seminars Nationwide 2019 2020

When I meet with business owners, I usually start by asking them three questions:

Where is your business currently?

Where do you want it to be?

How are you going to get it there?

Typically, business owners have answers to one, or possibly two of these questions, but rarely do they have answers to all three, and that’s when the penny drops for them and they realise that they would benefit tremendously from working alongside me on their business.


Free Business Mentor Seminars Barnet, St Albans, Hemel Hempstead, Borehamwood

In addition to working 1:1 with business owners in a coaching/mentoring capacity, I regularly present free business seminars across Hertfordshire including; Barnet, St Albans, Hemel Hempstead, Borehamwood and Hoddesdon/Ware, providing support to UK business banks and their SME business customers.

 

Free One Hour Business Coaching Session – Book Now

So, if you’re looking for an authentic and practical business mentor/coach who lives and works in Hertfordshire, then I’d be absolutely delighted to talk to you (I offer a complimentary one hour coaching session in order to discuss your biggest business challenge) – Read more about me here.

Email: brian@ukbusinessmentoring.co.uk

Mobile: 07738 539808

I look forward to hearing from you, and to helping you develop and grow your business.

Carpe Diem

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  1. Used to urge someone to make the most of the present time and give little thought to the future.