Who You Are
You have reached a level of success and want to ramp it up. The company is doing well, and would like to continue incremental growth. This means staff needs to be increased and operations revisited. Where would more structure and training be needed for new hires and improving existing personnel?
You’re still working on delegating skills and often fall back on doing everything yourself. You worry important tasks will fall through the cracks and sometimes can’t help yourself and micromanage. The dollars are in the details, and you don’t trust your staff with impeccable follow-up. Managing time, budget and resources often gets overwhelming. There is little patience for the day-to-day drama. You ultimately realize your success depends on how well you can scale yourself and key employees.
What Your Challenges Tend to Be
►You want to work smart and not waste resources, therefore, processes need to be reviewed.
►Identify what key talent is missing in your organization, that if brought in, would make the biggest difference.
►How do you hire, train and keep your most valuable employees?
►How do you create a culture where people are motivated? Most often, people want to bring their best to work, are inspired by new ideas and love to innovate. How can you best cultivate, nurture and mentor people’s best?
►Key communication is imperative and where you fall short. How do you blend different generations of work staff so they feel they contribute, are heard and matter?
►In the eye of managing the day-to-day operations, there still needs to be a consistent focus on sales, marketing and customer fulfillment.
What You Need Most Right Now:
Plan/Structure: What is the big picture . . . the vision? What are the milestones and specific steps to make it happen?
Support: When frustration hits, consistent support will keep people in action and keep momentum going. Ideas are a dime a dozen. Implementation is priceless.
Mindset: Often negative and cynical mindsets will attempt to sabotage progress and, ultimately growth. Creating a culture that embraces change and innovation is important.
Team: Effective teams will energize staff, speed up results and leverage key talent and resources. This is what is needed to navigate change.
“The essential question is not, ‘How busy are you?’ but ‘What are you busy at?’” ~ Oprah Winfrey
We have several programs that complement ongoing business growth.
Please schedule a complimentary strategy session to see which program could be the best fit for your future success.
The following programs will be explained in further detail during your consultation:
Ongoing Monthly Consulting
Phenomenal Presentation Skills/Elevator Pitch
Talent Score Cards