Lack of clarity about long-term vision and short-term goals.


Inefficient systems and processes with little focus on continuous improvement.


A culture not supporting individual excellence and team collaboration.

#1 Lack of clarity about long-term vision and short-term goals (CLARITY) 

Every entrepreneur has had a dream that got them started: a calling desire that saw them setting up a business and giving it their best to get it off the ground. If you are still in your business, and regardless of how well you feel it is doing, it’s time to set up a new vision: where you want your company to go, and why.

If you are setting a couple of yearly goals and track your company’s performance against this plan only a few times a year, this is not enough. Because people do most of their daily decisions based on feelings rather than facts. Every business owner needs to understand what are the relevant figures you need to know, how they help your business grow, how are you going to track them and how often these will be shared with your teams.

#2 Inefficient systems and processes with little focus on continuous improvement (PROCESSES) 

As your customers’ wishes and desires evolve, so does the need to adapt your company’s systems and processes. Speed is key in business. If you can do things faster and with better quality, you will win against your competitors. Doing things faster means having systems and processes in place for every move your company makes. And constantly improving them. Your employees should be repeatedly asking themselves questions like How can I do it more efficient, simpler and with more customer focus? And every business owner should be designing such systems in the company, which help the employees answer such questions easily. Sometimes people’s motivation swing. Sometimes people in the company change. Systems and processes are what keeps your company going. Always.

#3 A culture not supporting individual excellence and team collaboration (PEOPLE) 

Imagine a win-win environment where business needs and people’s needs are met. Company culture is simply the way you and your people do things in the company. Are you striving for excellence in your products and services? Are you passionate about customer’s satisfaction? Do your people enjoy working for you? Are your employees engaged with the company’s vision? A culture of excellence and personal growth is not just a theoretical concept. A winning culture is even easier to achieve and maintain in a small or medium-sized company than in a large corporation.

There is a common belief that companies grow because they have enough cash, big marketing budget and successful sales results. But this is not entirely true. Having money in your bank account, big marketing budget and increasing sales figures are all AN OUTCOME of having systems in place. Systems that support business growth and performance culture, with a focus on employees’ well-being.

Business coaching is an empowered way to help you solve the challenges in all mentioned areas. To help you and your business grow I developed a C.H.A.R.M. Method.  

When working with me, you are not only working on your business but also developing new skills and strategies for your personal growth. This method was developed after several years working with clients, business owners like you, who have been coming to me for advice. C.H.A.R.M. Method is a step-by-step process to help you identify weak areas in your business and implement strategies and systems that will help your company grow and outperform.



“To call Vladi a coach, a mentor or a consultant means to put her somewhere in the grey zone. And it doesn’t fit. In the first place, Vladi is a great partner for any business discussion. She doesn’t ask me any dull or artificial coaching questions. She has the ability to move me forward whenever I am stuck or standing at the important crossroad. She guides every consultation with intuition and great passion.Tomáš, CEO

“Vladimira is an inspiring professional who can help your organization to acknowledge existing leadership culture and move to the next level in terms of establishing values for sustainable growth and development. As a person, Vladimira is empathetic, thoughtful and goal-oriented enabling her to successfully facilitate workshops in finding solutions for organizational development.” Jukka, sports director

“Vladi has the gift of listening and connecting the seemingly unconnected. She is never losing time and goes right to the point of the matter. The result is a clear story and clear call to actions that move a man and his business forward. A consistent follow up is just a cherry on the cake.” Martin, CEO

“I recommend Vladi as a business coach to any CEO who wants to bring his leadership to a more professional level. Thanks to her rich experience we have successfully stabilized our team and defined sustainable goals for our family business, so it is prepared for further healthy growth.Andrej, CEO

I had the privilege to work with Vladi for a certain period of my career. The common goal that we had together was to achieve a business transformation of a sales department and to implement new ways of working. Thanks to her rich experiences from the corporate environment and astonishing professionalism, we have achieved significant business results. Vladi is a strong leader and capable manager, but what stands out the most, is her ability to help people to unlock their potential and find out their true-life expectations.Lukáš, manager

Every company is made up of people who work there. How to show them their own potential, how to help them to improve their skills and naturally move forward are the questions of each HR manager. Vladi, like an experienced coach, helped us to see many common things in the company from a different perspective. She prepares inspiring tailor-made workshops and each of our meetings has a real output, a solved problem, or a new idea of how to do things better. I like her sentence: “A healthy and prosperous company does not have groups of employees, but effective teams” and I made it my own.Anna, Senior HR manager


You get in touch via a contact form where you confirm your interest in the business coaching and add a couple of sentences about yourself and your business.

We schedule a 30 min. phone consultation, where you share with me your goals for business coaching. You will also get the chance to ask anything you are curious about business coaching or any of my other programmes. 

If we decide to work together, we agree on the date of the first coaching session and all the other logistics. 

You will receive via email the workbook, questionnaires and all the other materials, based on the service you have chosen. 

In our first meeting, we will summarize the strengths and weaknesses of your business and discuss the outcomes and observations you had while working on sent materials. During business coaching, you will define priorities and concrete steps on how to develop yourself and grow your company. If you order a service that includes more coaching sessions, we will agree on upfront on the frequency of our meetings and the topics we will address. I will explain the whole process with you during the initial free consultation.

You will develop new skills and move your business to the next level :).