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Asking for help when you need it is one of the best things you can do as a business owner or entrepreneur. By nature, you’re probably pretty independent – this company is your baby and you’ve built it from the ground up. But working with a Denver business consultant can help take your business to the next level.

Published in Business Consulting
Tuesday, 23 January 2018 17:35

Inspiration: The Key Element

Inanimate objects require a driving force to move or influence a change in direction. Momentum is what keeps it moving. Inertia and momentum are key elements of physics that keep things in motion. Resistance and loss of momentum can cause a company to become lifeless. Revenues are flat, activities get stale, and results lag behind expectations. So, why do companies lack a driving force and momentum? Focusing on the minutia in the business is what often causes a loss of momentum. Leaders and managers too often focus on just the lack of performance. They fail to communicate the purpose behind the activities that lead to the desired results. Instead, they push workers to do more. They fail to inspire the workforce. Leadership is responsible for creating the driving force in the company. The driving force is inspiration. Motivation, drive, desire, and commitment are by-products of inspiration. Inspiring others is the key responsibility of the CEO.

Published in Business Consulting
Wednesday, 14 October 2015 17:35

Combating Chaos 1

Much of the chaos in our lives and in business starts from a lack of clarity and confidence. Defining the ultimate objective for the company is critical. Knowing where you going provides direction at every junction of the journey. With clear direction comes strategies and clarity of tactics. Confidence is a result of a clear vision, strategy and tactics with lead to achieving one’s goals and ultimate objective.

Lacking a clear vision for the future, a company will meander from direction to another, day after day. Employees are pushed and pulled in every direction expected to do things differently from one moment to the next. Leaders with creative and active thinking want to share ideas with everyone thinking they’ll promote creative thinking among the troops but what they create is chaos.

Published in Business Consulting