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
When you want to build a table, you know it’s not enough to buy a hammer. When you want to make pizza, you know it’s not enough to buy a pizza stone. You know that buying the tools is not the same as creating the thing. And yet so often, when people want to build…Read More
Last week we established that management is happening in your business right now, tomorrow, and every day, whether you acknowledge it or not. This also means that somebody is managing the business, whether they acknowledge it or not. And that someone is probably you. But what happens when you don’t acknowledge it? Does any of…Read More
Knowing what to do is half the battle. The other half is doing it well. Consider cooking a new recipe. You have to know what the ingredients are, how they should be prepped, and then each step in the cooking process and how to tell when it is time for the next ingredient. That takes…Read More
New year, new you, new resolutions, new goals. But all in the service of what, exactly? As you start the new year – or any new day – make sure you know why you do the things you do and why others should take interest. Make sure your business passes the so what test. What…Read More
“It was a complete failure. All the time: wasted. Everything I tried: wrong. Now I’m doubting everything I do.” Statements that, unfortunately, sometimes happen in a business environment. When I heard this one I took issue with, well, all of it. Something had indeed gone wrong. But no time had been wasted and I didn’t…Read More
What has to happen in your business? When people think of business functions, they tend to list marketing, sales, finance, human resources, maybe production as well. However you make your list, there is one fundamental business function that ties all the rest together; the glue that makes it work, if you will. Management. Collaborate more…Read More
It was a fine, sunny day, warm with a breeze, and perfect for spending time outdoors. The coffee carts were lined up along the street, right outside the park. The hero of our story decided to approach one such cart and order himself a coffee to drink while he worked outdoors for a bit. He…Read More
“The last thing I want for my business is a plan or a process. I need my people to be spontaneous and adaptable”. This is an actual quote from a business owner who is terrified of turning his employees into automatons. His fear is valid: at what point is too much instruction removing any capability…Read More
In the eternal struggle between humans and machines, I have come to trust the opinion of chess champion Gary Kasparov. Not least because his opinion has changed over time and as he examined results. His conclusion is: machines are better than humans at some things. Humans are better than machines at some things. And nobody…Read More