- Are you a female entrepreneur trying to balance your business and personal life?
- Are you a woman business owner wanting to achieve better results from your business and your team?
- Are you a daughter aspiring to run your family business?
- Are you a woman looking for a niche in your life partner’s business?
- Are you a female starting up your own business?
In Ireland, more women are now running businesses than ever before - strong, competent, smart, hard-working women contributing enormously to their families and communities and who often feel over-stretched, yet not achieving all that they want to and are capable of.
If this sounds like you and you want to break out of this cycle and take your business and personal life to a higher but simpler level, join us for this practical, lively and energising session where you will learn:
- How to set and achieve your goals with simplicity
- How to increase your profits by focussing in 5 key areas
- How to identify and stop doing things that waste your time, energy and money
- How to become a stronger leader, get the best out of your team and have them love working for you
Jane Hogan is an award winning business coach and mother of 2 teenage boys. After 15 years in the corporate world with British Airways and Fujitsu Consulting, Jane set up her own coaching business in 2005 when her boys were 1 and 3 years old. Jane’s success in the corporate world came from her ability to focus on a project goal and to enrol and inspire other people to work towards it. As a business coach, Jane uses these skills to bring out the best in business owners and their teams in the SME sector. She helps entrepreneurs identify what they want to achieve, puts plans in place to deliver this and coaches the owner and their team to fantastic results. This can include increasing productivity & personal performance, increasing team participation, motivation & commercial awareness and developing more confident leaders with high performing teams. Over the years, Jane has learned how to balance her 2 ‘fulltime jobs’ – running her business and taking care of her family. This has been achieved by focussing on the important things that get results and learning to let go of the things that don’t really make a difference.