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
Goals get people on their feet. At each goal the stadium erupts, lights and music join the cheer, and excitement is at a ten. But what makes the game great is what happens in the midfield. A soccer field is a lot of space to cover. Getting the ball into the opposing teams box takes…Read More
Ask 12 Italian grandmothers for their tomato sauce recipe, and you will get thirteen different answers. They will all use tomatoes, olive oil, basil… but the quantities will vary, as will the one special ingredient everyone has. Every business has to have a product, clients, good people, but the specific recipe is unique to each…Read More
Another view on last week’s message: that good process is what makes your business unique and successful. You may have heard this expression before, it was the old AT&T business slogan: The System is the Solution Once again: the words used, matter. The solution is the product Regular readers of this blog will have heard…Read More
If you haven’t orchestrated it, you don’t own it. As written in The E-Myth, by Michael E. Gerber. I read this book at the perfect time, when I was struggling to express the importance of systems in my business. As I rolled out a new right way/wrong way to operate, this line helped me explain…Read More
Analysis Paralysis is a real and insidious. The problem grows because we tend to speak in terms of necessity: I need more information; I need more preparation; it has to be perfect. My suggestion to you today is that you focus not on being perfect, but rather on being valuable. What is Perfect? That is…Read More
In business, tradition is a terrible reason to do something. “That’s the way we’ve always done it” is not an effective evaluation of strategy. And don’t even get me started on “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. (To summarize my view on this: always consider fixing it, there might be a better way to…Read More
The process is the value, the brand and the outcome driver. The process is, in other words, the product. Effective business is managed with effective process, and it is in those steps and decisions that a business can find ways to stand out and be of value. This is true for all aspects of business,…Read More
And after your meeting? Now what? 0.31 When and how to follow up 2.19 First: connect 3.39 State the next steps 5.53 Agree the next encounter 6.48 Ask for something My online Courses: How to Start a Business as a Freelance Consultant : http://bit.ly/udemyBC Effective Decision Making in Business: http://bit.ly/udemyDMRead More
It is everywhere, both praised and maligned but never ignorable. Agile. You may have heard of it in the technology sphere, as in Agile Development, and perhaps also in the business sphere as the methodology permeates all part of business management. To close off my series on process, it is worth addressing Agile as the…Read More