Growth Impact Plan - Your True North

A growth impact plan is a clear view of past research, actual results, and where you want to go.

In this program, your true north is set. You will be able to discern what’s on and off the path, and prioritize actions to move forward with positive results. Together, you learn how to use the plan – a framework for growth and impact –  that has a clear shape, illuminates action necessary, and all the while staying true to the reasons your business exists.

How we work together makes the difference. You will answer some in-depth questions that shape our time together.

  • You attend an intensive half-day retreat.
  • You will receive digital and printable deliverables for ongoing use.
Business Decisions that Last

Business Decisions that Last

Your capability to be resourceful and make a quick change is a competitive market advantage that can be cultivated.

This program creates a foundation to filter your ideas.

When focus, discernment, and prioritization are incorporated into your decision-making process, you are poised to make reliable decisions. These three elements design your decisions that move you toward your growth goal.

Breakthrough Business Growth Plateaus

An often overlooked part of analyzing and addressing slowed business growth is what actually that revenue stalls or even declines. This indicates a growth plateau.

The skills we need to lead effectively, to make decisions, is awareness. We check in on where we came from (past performance) and where we are going (based on where we were and where we are now). What we do with what we know and how we invoke change to shift and iterate is what determines the full potential of each action we take.

In this program, we delve into areas showing up in your business that result in a growth plateaus and what you can do about them. You see that:

  1. You have reached a new phase and what used to work doesn’t anymore.
  2. Your business plan and strategic growth plan are out of alignment.
  3. Your communication and action result in unexpected outcomes (or not).
  4. Competitors change, maybe even under the radar.
  5. there is a need to increase the capacity of core competencies in the team that make or break growth.

More Growth Requires More Commitment

A key component of execution is being accountable for specific outcomes. To be accountable requires accepting responsibility for the growth goals and the willingness to do the work and coordinate the work of others  to reach achievement.

How confident are you that you can achieve your rapid growth strategy?

In this program, we will assess your business to uncover and articulate your true north, which we call your Red Direction.

From that, you will be able to gain more commitment to your growth strategy. Here are just three of the questions that will be answered:

  • Have you stated growth goals to every person in your organization?
  • Can you rattle off where you and the team are in achieving your growth goal?
  • Do you know what your competitors are doing?

Leadership is Ongoing Work (p241)

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