What Does a Business Consultant and Coach Do?
You know the road to success is not always smooth. As a leader or manager in your organization, change, transition, and rapid growth can have you scrambling to adapt. It doesn’t have to be that way.
As a business consultant and coach, I can help with your vantage point, offer perspective, and provide the tools to navigate obstacles with ease.
Success Trek’s 4-Step Process will get your company or organization back on track with improved business operations, empowered leaders & teams, and strengthened workflow processes.
For over 20 years, we have helped small to mid-sized businesses achieve their vision while getting the best from their employees and processes. We’ll work together so you can gain clarity & focus, create a plan, and execute the plan successfully. Success Trek stands apart from other consultative firms because we stay with you, evaluating and monitoring the implementation and beyond. That means tangible, positive results and outcomes for you.
The answers to the Five W’s are essential to information-gathering. Who, What, When, Where, and Why answers formulate the complete story on a subject. In our work, Success Trek has noticed the absence of Why and when it is missing, confusion, frustration, discontent, and other unpleasant results follow.
Are things running smoothly in your organization? Success Trek’s Process, Procedure, and Training Documentation service uncovers the hiccups, gaps, and roadblocks that often bog down operations and productivity.
In business operations, consistency builds trust, improves satisfaction, and allows you to deliver services efficiently and profitably. The goal is to standardize operations without unnecessary complexity or rigidity.
Be a better problem-solver by improving your critical thinking skills.
Read our more about critical thinking and recommendations from our team’s real-world experience and education to improve your critical thinking skills.
Our last two blogs focused on the first two steps to creating a team: hiring the right people and ensuring those individuals are in the right roles. This month we focus on the third step: creating an environment for success.
Our last blog focused on the first of three main steps to creating a team: hiring the right people. This blog will focus on the second step – ensuring those individuals are in the right roles.
Say the word “team,” and most people envision a group of players forming one side in a competitive game or sport. In business, a team is a group of people with different skills who can combine their efforts to achieve a common goal. Teams go beyond a specific project, they make up your whole business.
Here’s a New Year’s resolution we can get behind: reduce jargon and buzzwords for better communication. When used correctly, they can help like-minded individuals communicate more efficiently and effectively. However, problems arise when used without regard and unnecessarily, leading to confusion and a lack of understanding.
Starting a business is an exciting adventure filled with many ups and downs. Often, the most overwhelming and frustrating aspect is the paperwork with starting a business. Many new business owners have the same questions. Read about how Success Trek helped a business owner with these and other New Business Struggles.
Our last two blogs dealt with two dangers of managing projects: individual human capacity, and work styles and personalities. Today’s blog is on the third danger: the technology and applications used to communicate and manage the project. More specifically, finding the right technology and application. Here is our advice and perspective from our team’s real-world experience and education.