NO BUSINESS EVER FAILED
due to external forces.
They fail because success brings unfamiliar problems without instructions on how to handle them.
Are you a successful leader
frustrated by problems that don’t get fixed? Problems that damage morale, alienate prospects, and worry clients?
HAS YOUR SUCCESS CREATED FRICTION AND AGGRAVATION?
- Customer demands become annoying distractions
- Technology feels like an uncontrollable expense
- Staff and departments showing signs of conflict
- Projects missing milestones
These are common problems that have real solutions. solutions I know how to help you implement.
I work with leadership teams and Boards of Directors to create:
Predictability using corporate lifecycle theory
Collaboration and communication using scientifically proven change management practices (Prosci®)
Sustainable, profitable growth using the Mandelberg Business Managers Reality Inquiry (mBMRI)
40 years of experience and success has proven my ability to achieve these goals. I do it by sharing my knowledge, my tools, and my expertise so you can use them in your business. The result – your business is ready to adapt, evolve, and grow.
Sometimes the cost of not planning is negligible. Sometimes it’s expensive. The ease and speed with which a lack of planning can become fatal is almost impossible to grasp or prepare for. When it happens, game over.
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There are big business tactics small businesses will never be able to use. That’s not true for one of the most powerful. Small businesses tend to let themselves be overwhelmed by the urgent, failing to anticipate, plan, and prepare for the inevitable changes they will face if they survive and succeed.
A business satisfied with its success that stops trying to improve screams “We’re patiently waiting to be overtaken.” and signals the competition to attack. Why would any business do that? Sadly, that’s what most do. When times are good, a business has the time, money, and resources to work on areas of weakness and look for ways to maintain its dominance. That’s when proactive changes should be made, not when times are tough and you have no choice. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
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According to George Bernard Shaw, “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”
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