Founded in South Africa 1998 and based in New Zealand since 2008, the HIGH-PERFORMANCE TRAINING AND COACHING LTD® franchise model is different from any other business development system. By changing habits, attitudes and activities of business owners and their staff, clients gain immediate impact on bottom-line results.
As leaders in business development, franchisors Frikkie and Pao Le Roux have successfully worked with most of the top companies in South Africa, and have many high-profile clients in New Zealand. There are currently 8 franchise branches up and running in New Zealand and one branch in Perth, Australia.
Now launching in South Africa
With a proven franchise model of 23 years, High-Performance Training and Coaching Ltd® is expanding its network to include South Africa. The company is looking for the right professionals to make a difference in the performance and productivity of South African businesses. Prospective franchisees will not be limited to a specific geographical area and the Master Franchisee will be responsible for developing the local market.
Getting it right
“Our purpose is to help business-minded people and their families live full, healthy and prosperous lives. We are experts at helping owners, professionals and executives become more focused, effective and productive to unlock the creative potential in themselves and their businesses. We provide the tools to help clients identify their KPI’s, develop strategies for improvement and then create behavioural change to achieve their goals. We hold clients accountable to themselves and the goals they want to accomplish, says Frikkie Le Roux, Founder and Managing Director.”
“Our process focuses on what is important to the individual, enabling their goals to become the driving force behind the results-orientated process.”
Benefits of joining our network
High-Performance Training and Coaching Ltd® offer a flexible, proven and easy-to-start franchise system that can be run with or without employees from a home or small office. Franchisees benefit from low start-up costs and overheads. The business model allows you to leverage your time and maximise your earnings.
As a franchise owner, you can provide coaching online or in person. High-Performance Training and Coaching Ltd® have a unique approach to improve motivation, organisational efficiency, service delivery and quality.
“We utilise a time-proven and experience-tested methodology to unleash the dormant potential in organisations, boosting overall production resulting in reduced costs and increased profits. Our agile system allows us to scale our training programmes to all businesses of all sizes. Clients can log in to our system via their mobile devices, laptop or computer,” explains Le Roux.
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