Business Development and Coaching

Do you know where you are heading with your business in the next 90 days to 5 years?

  • A Business Plan - particularly relevant at the start of a new financial year - is crucial for any current or new business owner contemplating a major change in an existing business/starting a new venture.
  • Start by reviewing and setting the direction of the business;
  • Eliminate procrastination;
  • Identify common goals amongst a number of directors, if applicable;
  • Identify and prioritise key goals and create strategies to achieve them;
  • Set timeframes for achieving goals;
  • Divide goals into short en long term - quick wins vs key projects
  • Devise a tool to communicate your business goals and vision with your team;
  • Develop a template to review actual performance against targets;
  • Create a platform to develop Financial Forecasts;
  • With your Business Plan as a basis, set individual goals/targets for team members.

Do you feel overwhelmed by your business, I would recommend a 

  • It will help to clarify roles and responsibilities that are required for a sustainable, scalable and ultimately sell-able company;
  • It will assist in making effective strategic decisions;
  • It will clearly define the internal structure of your business and clarify key functions and who is responsible for them;
  • Determine ideal roles for the business as opposed to fitting roles to team members;
  • It will act as a sounding board to discuss ideas;
  • You will gain access to our collective wisdom, our systems, products and services;
  • It will develop an understandable business structure and increase efficiency and efficiency in your business model;
  • It will enable you to develop a structure in support of future business plans;
  • Provide clarity to team members around their roles, responsibilities and career development opportunities;
  • By clarifying expectations, team engagement and satisfaction will increase;
  • Provide clarity on which functions can be outsourced;
  • Free up time to concentrate on revenue-generating activities.

What to keep tracking your progress in your business?

  • Accountability and support from your business coach will enable you to achieved the desired results;
  • Increase cash-flow and profitability;
  • Put a process in place to report actual results against your budget;
  • Gain an understanding of key drivers in your business and what impacts them;
  • Identify and solve burning issues;
  • Access to an expert sounding board when discussing your ideas and understanding the impact of ideas prior to implementation in the business;
  • Improve leadership;
  • Keep your Business Plan as a dynamic document to ensure that you work towards your goals;
  • Where required, align directors in terms of prioritising the importance of projects;
  • Access to the collective wisdom of our accountants, systems and services.

Seriously want to work on your business? Want to set realistic goals and keep track of them?

  • Amongst its many benefits, this type of coaching may be used to help your implement a Strategic or Succession Plan;
  • It gives accountability and support from the coach to achieve your desired results;
  • Determine a process to report actual results against budget;
  • Gain an understanding of key drivers in your business and what impacts them;
  • Identify/Resolve burning issues;
  • Gain access to an expert sounding board when discussing your ideas and understand the impact these will have on the business prior to implementing them;
  • Improve leadership;
  • Improve business performance by identifying ways of overcoming challenges in the business;
  • If applicable, align directors to prioritize important projects;
  • Access the collective wisdom of our accountants, systems and services.

Award Winner

Bookkeeping Community Contributor of the Year 2017
- awarded by NZ Bookkeepers Association Incorporate

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