What do law firms, manufacturing companies, wholesalers and distributors, information technology companies, employment agencies, executive recruiters, property and casualty insurance brokers, business advisory firms, charter airline companies, professional employment organizations, flooring installation and removal companies, electrical contractors, printers, certified public accounting firms, nutritional supplement packers, consumer products companies, general contractors, money transfer companies, chambers of commerce, financial advisory firms, event production companies, banks, healthcare providers, mortgage lenders, newspapers, business and real estate valuation firms, firearms manufacturers, car rental companies, commercial real estate firms, photo processing companies, silk screening companies, mediation professionals, senior living operators, and professional investment firms have in common?
Every type of company listed has the same business challenges, opportunities, problems and situations to address: lack of a written business plan, improving cash flow, rooting out weak employees who may be internal terrorists, trying to decide how best to address the ‘loyal but now a liability” employee; figuring out who has earned a raise versus those who want one because they have been employed for a certain period of time, learning how to have very difficult conversations with employees; conversations that should have been had years before; dealing with limited capital to grow, finding the right clients, retaining the right clients, increasing revenue, determining which products and services to bring on board and how much to charge for them, hiring quality people, addressing low and high employee turnover, fine-tuning the business model, clarifying core values so that every employee, vendor and client understands how the firm operates, creating a clear mission statement to improve alignment and focus, reducing internal chaos, speeding up product development and getting to market faster, building a system of formal internal accountability, dealing with a culture that is resistant to change, closing the gap between staff and leadership (ownership) and many more.
Your business situation is not unique even if you think your business is.
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Strategic Advisory Boards guides leaders to their desired future through use of peer perspective, best business practices and leadership tools while reducing risk and unnecessary expense.
We’re are known by the company we keep and the ongoing satisfaction they receive from the value they gain from being on a Strategic Advisory Board.
Every Strategic Advisory Board is intimate and confidential; consisting of not more than ten seasoned leaders who have one goal in mind: your continued success.
Every meeting is informative; allowing each member to address their issues and seek input on opportunities from the hundreds of years of business expertise and experience at the table.
Every member is inspirational, sharing successes and well as failures that helps others at the table save money, reduce risk and become better leaders.
Every coaching session is confidential, held when the member wants it, when they want it and they determine the agenda.
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