Business Coaching Systems (BCS) is a pioneer and market-leader in the facilitation and activation of Strategy, Operational Improvement, Change Management and Performance Management Plans. Our approach embraces a practical, well proven system that delivers measurable, visible and profitable results for any workgroup or enterprise. Since our launch we have assisted over 4,000 enterprises on three continents. We specialise in Organisational Coaching (Strategy and Operational Effectiveness), Advisory Services and Corporate Training. Our clients include public, private, government and not-for-profit organisations. In each engagement we design and apply our proprietary methodologies, (We call them ‘Thinking Systems’) to take you from where you are…. to where you want to be IN BUSINESS™.
8 Steps to Perfect Business Strategy
By developing a consistent, predictable and proven process with measurable outcomes, BCS has elevated the discipline of coaching and facilitation to a science. This is best evidenced by our Strategic Planning module used globally to assist more than 500 Enterprises with combined turnover of in excess of $30 billion.
BCS offers organisational coaching programs to Chief Executives, Business Owners, Managers and teams providing clarity around their strengths and weaknesses whilst helping to both author action plans and key performance indicators resulting in strategic, operational and performance excellence.
The Founder – John Vamos
John Vamos is the founder and Managing Director of Business Coaching Systems. He is a prominent Director, sought after speaker, published author, Accredited Advisor and member with both Family Business Australia (FBA) and the Family Firm Institute (FFI) in the United States.
Business Coaching Systems, Australia’s first Business Coaching Organisation, was founded in 1995 by Managing Director John Vamos. Our team have designed unique and internationally acclaimed proprietary methodologies (Business Thinking Systems™) which have been tested and refined in partnership with over 4,000 workgroups.