Nine Ways To Effectively And Professionally ‘Break Up’ With A Client
Gregg Ward joins other Forbes Coaches Council Members as they contribute to the Expert Panel where top business and career coaches from Forbes Coaches Council offer firsthand insights on leadership.
As a business owner, you understand the value of each of your clients. However, not every arrangement turns out to be mutually beneficial, and at some point you may find it necessary to part ways with a client. This can be stressful when the time comes, especially if you have a longstanding relationship, but it’s a normal and healthy part of doing business.
You and your client each need to do what’s best for your respective businesses, and moving on from your current arrangement may be the best thing for both of you.