Research has shown:
Good Leadership requires
- Clear Goals
- Clear Responsibilities
- Clear Process
With a strong and clear workflow you will be more productive, using fewer resources. Over the course of these sessions we will create strong goals, define the responsibilities and roles in your business, and write an outcome-focused business process that will allow you to grow, hire, and increase the value of your business.
Half day: $1320 + $40 per person
3 Sessions: $2640 + $40 per person
Or $220 an hour
What my clients are saying..
Rebecca has been excellent. She has been able to help me move through a process that seemed overwhelming when considering on my own. I've actually seen myself achieve goals and make excellent progress in a systematic manner.
- Karen Armstrong, Keller Williams Realtor
I have better processes for my team, so that they can be service implementers and my sales process has been completely revolutionized. ... As long as I have a business, I anticipate Rebecca being a part of it.
- Heather Riggs, Atlanta Legal Marketing
My thoughts on Business Process
After my recent series on internal business meetings, a reader asked me for advice on running a first, team-wide meeting. This reader has a growing business and decided to start team-wide meetings from the new year, and his question is, quite simply: “Where do I start? How should I run my first and subsequent team…Read More
What are meetings? Meetings are about multiple people contributing to an idea, a question, or a decision. Once you have determined your meeting topic and structure, you get everyone to the table… and then what? How do you make sure the conversation stays on topic, and that everybody is able to share new ideas? Enter:…Read More
Meetings: you can’t live with them, you can’t live without them, and you can barely live through most of them. It saddens me that meetings have such a bad reputation these days, because they should be one of your most effective business tools. But meetings have been abused and overused for so long. There has…Read More
Every business runs into this: the need to increase capacity without increasing resources. Eventually, any successful business will get so busy with clients that it will not have enough time or people to accept new projects. What can we do? Simply turning the business away is not an option. We want to be continuously growing,…Read More
It is said that the more you learn, the less you know. What is really happening is that the more we learn, the more we realize we have to learn. Which is why every major project, initiative, client, and more deserves to end with a “Lessons Learned” review. What Lessons Learned are not A list…Read More
It’s time to delegate work. Accept that not everything in your business can be run, managed, and executed by a single person. Whether you hire employees, outsource everything to agencies, or do a bit of both: delegation is a requirement. But wait: delegation is not about creating a list of tasks and handing that list…Read More
You use your craft to start your own business; it lives; it grows. And at some point, you also want it to work without you. At some point you will want to exit. Whether looking to leave the day to day completely, or rather focus only on certain activities, at some point the business will…Read More
It makes me flinch a little every time: somebody powers up a computer, opens their calendar and suddenly its notification chaos. There are overlapping commitments, at least seven different colors for different event types, and event titles that say little or nothing… “meet with Pete”, … “Design”, … And yet: those are the people who…Read More
It is helpful, every now and then, to get a little bit philosophical. Last week’s look at passion was a chance to remind yourself that working through the challenges and successes of running a business is part of the fun. Or “fun”. It does not, however, stop there. Passion, to have impact, requires action. And…Read More