Set Direction & Align Team

Start Building a Better Business

 

Setting direction is what you do for your organization, and there are many directions you can go. But at the end of the day, the direction you want leads to the best version of your organization.

 

But how do you find that particular direction?

 

Through professional management. It works like a customized GPS navigator for small-business leaders who seek the right direction and want to strengthen their companies. It helps you set direction for the next best version of your organization.

 

Once you set the direction, everyone in your organization needs to understand how professional management affects the business. You need to get your people to support and implement new strategies through professional management so that everyone clearly knows the organization’s mission, vision, and values.

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Course for Presidents

 

The day-to-day demands of running a business leave precious little time to plan for the future of your business. Our 2-day Course for Presidents – a unique business owner management training – teaches the tools you need and provides ample opportunity for one-on-one consultation, peer group discussion, and reflection.

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2-Day Professional Management Workshop

 

This workshop is for the people who help the business owner/CEO put plans into action. It showcases the principles of professional management and how to apply them to advance your company.

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1-Day Professional Management Workshop

 

Employees at any level can apply professional management to enhance their roles and the success of the company.

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Professional Management Summit

 

Help build a community that removes barriers to business potential-one that believes in connecting ideas and ambition to ensure small businesses thrive.

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Leadership Memo Talk

 

Simple, clear communication is a must because people won’t know the true value of your ideas if they misunderstand them.

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