5 REASONS EVERY BUSINESS LEADER NEEDS A CONSULTANT, MENTOR AND COACH
We talk to a lot of business leaders, in particular those in SME, proprietor run or start-up businesses, and the same things come up time and again:
- I know I can move the business forward but keep getting frustrated
- I’m not sure if I’m driving the business or the business is driving me
- I’m so close to day-to-day operations I can’t always see where I should be going and how to get there
- I’d like to improve my work-life balance
- When the time comes to get out, how do I prepare for it?
Our core business is working with business leaders to help them resolve these issues through business consultancy, mentoring and executive coaching.
‘Most business leaders have all the information they need to move the business forward – they just need to know how to interrogate it.’
LEVERAGING MANAGEMENT INFORMATION AND BUSINESS INSIGHTS TO DELIVER BETTER COMMERCIAL OUTCOMES AND IMPROVE WORK-LIFE BALANCE
In our experience even small businesses have all the management information they need to better inform the decisions that drive business. The main frustration is knowing how to interrogate it.
For us, business consultancy, mentoring and business coaching isn’t about being equipped with answers – it’s about knowing what questions to ask. The questions that identify the business and personal ambitions, and the questions that discover the blocks and barriers that are getting in the way of performance and achievement.
BEFORE YOU TALK TO US ABOUT BUSINESS CONSULTANCY, MENTORING OR COACHING, ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTIONS THAT MAY CHANGE YOUR LIFE
Introducing our Unique Scorecard
We’ve identified a set of questions we use when benchmarking business and businesspeople in times like these. The output is a set of scores across a range of your insights, plus an overall score, that will give you an indicative view on how you feel about business and your work life balance.
It acts as a ‘selfie’ snapshot for where you and the business are today and whether you are where you would like to be, or whether it’s time to think about changing things.
The questions are framed as statements – all you have to do is assess on a scale of 1 – 100 how strongly you agree or disagree with them. It’s your view that sets the benchmark.
The business scorecard cover 6 essential areas:
- Business vision & strategy
- The products and services you offer
- Your go-to-market position and channels
- Your people and their performance
- Customer focus and leverage
- Your role and work-life balance
For those who want to be proactive in embracing change, your scorecard also includes recommendations and action tips, correlated to your results, that can kickstart the process of transformation.
If you then think it would be good to have somebody to talk to about them, get in touch.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01273 483 438.
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