Business Goals

Business Goals

Are you working in your business or on your business?

You have to make dozens of business decisions each day: knowing what you are working towards makes the difference between good decisions and bad surprises. How do you manage it all and still keep business management simple?

Business Goals give your business consistency and growth. 

Together we will assess your current situation, diagnose areas for improvement, and ensure that you are making decisions for your business that lead to growth. The Progress program gives you an outsourced Chief Strategist Officer for professional advice and performance tracking.

Ready to get started.

$600 kick off session,
Then: $550 per meeting

Monthly or quarterly meetings to track your progress and plan ahead.

Testimonials

An outcome of the business planning that you helped me with was the realization that the business model I was in caused me to put out urgent fires instead of focusing on what is important.

Jason Conn

US Bank

Rebecca Brizi spends her time building leaders who have clear goals, clear responsibilities, and a clear process. ... always prepared with a clear mission and a great attitude, I'm sure she will inspire.

Brendon Hall

Sheldon Baker Group

More Resources

Starting With Tools

Is there ever an end to new gadgets, software and new trendy methods being touted as the next great thing? Probably not. So you may as well get used to new fads being thrown your way all the time. If you try them all, you would get nothing else done. If you ignore them, you…

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Why Good Management is like Italian Food

Originally posted in an economics blog to which I occasionally contributed; the entertaining yet now defunct Bringing Sexy Back To Economics.  The whole point of Italian food is that it is simple. The ingredients should be easy to find, instructions loosely followed and the result a rich but straightforward flavour, which will vary slightly from…

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Plan for Change

“Predictions are hard, especially about the future”. Regular readers of the blog will know about the importance of adaptability in business. There will always be things, beyond your control, affecting how you do business. The only constant is change As you adapt to new circumstances you simply tell your employees and clients that you have…

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