People Management

Management Consulting

People Management - Management Consulting

Managing a business is not the same as it was even a year ago. The impact of the 'information age' we now live in is still not fully understood. Business managers need to be adept at balancing organizational change with decisive action or promote failure. Understanding personal value, building a strong mentoring team, managing change, and fostering growth can be daunting tasks when faced alongside the daily pressures of running a business. Knowledge, training, process-based strategic thinking, and execution are necessary for every business manager. Existing resources are available but unusable because of time management issues, cost, or inability to implement. Using fixed cost management consulting is one way to bridge the gap between what is needed and what can be done. Take the time to set up an appointment to evaluate your options.

Business Roles and Responsibilities

All businesses benefit from clear strategy and process. One key to managing the business is to define roles and responsibilities. This includes job descriptions, communication process, position in the organization, accountability, responsibilities, and production metrics. Roles and responsibilities are instrumental in managing human capital and process.

Business Mentoring

Finding the right consultative resource for the right value is one of the most difficult challenges facing business owners today. The question of whether to outsource services, employees, or processes is a constant issue. Business mentoring should combine the needs of the organization with practice principals who specialize in developing creative and cost-effective ways to build a resource base. They can often act as a sounding board or offer advice that can shape the future of the organization. Unfortunately, this is not usually the case in true small business. After paying retainers and fees for strategic advice, the business owner is still left with execution. Simply put small businesses don't have the luxury of unlimited budgets and free time to build relationships with information-based consulting/coaching companies. They need a "hands-on" approach.

Role of a Mentor

The role of the Business Mentor is to steer key decisions within strategic planning and create measureable milestones against performance. When difficulties arise in meeting these goals a "hands-on" approach is necessary. This can be represented as process development, strategic training for the workforce, interim executive level management, and skill set demonstrations in the market place. Assessing the potential value of a mentor is the first step in the evaluation process and starts by setting up an appointment to discuss expectations and opportunity.



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