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Coaching, training, mentoring and advice to a wide range of businesses.

The leading business coaching firm in South Hampshire and part of the world's number one business coaching organisation.

ActionCOACH Business Coaching

Operating from our bespoke training and coaching facility in Eastleigh, at ActionCOACH Solent we offer coaching, training, mentoring, advice and support to a wide range of businesses, from small owner-managed organisations to multi-million pound companies with large management teams, and from start-ups to businesses being prepared for sale.

We have worked with a number of charities through our “Coaching for a Cause” programme and also have links with local schools and other educational establishments as we feel it is vitally important to engage early with the business people of the future.

Our passion is helping business owners to have better lives by being more successful, making more money and having more time to spend it!  But it isn’t all about the money.  A key part of the work we do with our clients is helping them to clarify their dreams and goals for the future and make a plan to achieve those dreams and goals, whatever they may be.

We invite you to come along to one of our events and see how being a part of the Action community can benefit you and your business.

 

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8 hours ago

Of all the business growth strategies that I teach, networking probably has one of the biggest divisions in opinion as to whether it works or not.  Many business owners get over 50% of their business through their networks, others do lots but don’t get much out of it, while others don’t do any networking because they…

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1 day ago

Like most things in life, with marketing, if you fail to plan, you plan to fail.  So it always amazes me when I come across businesses owners from businesses both large and small who, when I ask, “What is your marketing strategy and do you have a marketing plan?” look at me with a blank…