Many teams know they need creativity and innovation. The problem is that they don’t know where to start. Breakthroughs always start with a conversation, exploring new possibilities. The challenge is staying focused, on task and on point in a way that connects with the business strategy. It’s not just enough to say “We need to change.” You need a guide.
Are you getting enough out of your people & are they working as a team?
Lack of Control
Do you own your business or does your business own you?
Not Enough Profit
Are you getting the rewards for the time & effort invested into the business?
Have you hit a ceiling & wondering how to break through to grow?
Loss of Direction
Are your team focused on the vision of the company and how you will get there?
What ever you try, nothing gets you traction.
“The ship is always off course. Anybody who sails knows that. Sailing is being off course and correcting. That gives a sense of what life is about.”Michael Meade
“All the world is a stage, And all the men and women merely players.”William Shakespeare
DRIVE THE CONVERSATION FORWARD
An assessment creates a framework for conversation and understanding. When that exchange is aligned with a collective goal, teams will make progress toward that goal. Each individual is better equipped to understand their role and contribution. We realize efficiencies and creative opportunities when we are each engaged in our highest and best contribution to the team. We have to understand each other in order to get there. This requires a new language and vocabulary.
Your meetings have to be purposeful and productive in order to meet your long-term goals. This often means you need an outsider – someone who will see things differently and not buy into your present way of framing the problem. If you can produce innovative solutions while having fun, that will supercharge your team’s energy and drive them to the next level. We can help you with structure, design, process and techniques to provide you with powerful strategy meetings in the following areas:
• Business Planning
• Strategic Planning
• Marketing Planning
• Process Simplification
• Hiring & Team Development
• Resolving Organizational Issues
• Creative Problem Solving