Noble Bowman – Business Coach
I’ve spent most of my life working with leaders to help them achieve their potential—both professionally and personally.
Over the last 20 years, I’ve had the opportunity to lead a number of organizations. I know what it’s like to drive revenue, to realign culture, to develop strategy, and to implement solutions that work.
Perhaps like you, I’ve lived—first hand—the life of an entrepreneur and organizational leader. The challenges you’re facing are probably not all that different from the challenges I’ve faced, but that doesn’t mean the solutions will be the same. Each organization and each leader face their own unique circumstances and need to find their own unique answers.
I see this in the State-level athletes I coach as well. Regardless of whether it’s the Missouri State Bears Football, basketball, volleyball or softball teams, each athlete requires a different approach.
The truth is we all need a Coach. I have a Coach. We all need people who will help us see what we’re missing, challenge us, hold us to account, and help us and our organizations grow. They bring out the best of us so we can help bring out the best in others.
Sometimes I’m delivering keynotes around the world. Other times, I’m working one-on-one with a leader. Either way, I want you to know this: The work you are doing is important, the commitment you’ve made to yourself and your organization matters, and the opportunities ahead of you are extraordinary.
I’d love the opportunity to learn more about what’s happening for you right now, because seeing you recognize the depth of strength you have, and then put that strength in motion, is one of the most deeply rewarding experiences.
There’s more strength in you than you know.
To have a business that is working well and a group of co-workers that truly enjoy coming to work is wonderful. But how do you take that business and make it great? Noble Bowman with Rhapsody Strategies has been a true God send! He has been working with DermaHealth staff to assist us in learning more about ourselves and each other. He has been assisting us in setting goals personally and as a business. Striving to create the best work environment where each staff member looks forward to coming to work each day and assisting our clients by increasing their confidence. Loving what you do daily should be exciting and to find meaning and purpose in what you do daily is something we strive for. If you desire the best business and environment achievable, call Noble and see the difference he can help you make.Cheryl Briggs