• In a time of massive business disruption...

    CAN YOU SAY WHAT YOUR STRATEGY IS?

  • MANY LEADERSHIP TEAMS ARE STRUGGLING TO EXPLAIN THEIR STRATEGY

    They need to impress investors, or prospects, or employees.

     

    But they can't quite pin down what they want to say.

     

    And every time they talk about the future of their business, they say it differently.

     

  • WHEREAS SOME LEADERS KNOW EXACTLY HOW TO TELL THEIR STORY

    They're

    CLEAR

    They summarise their strategy in 30 seconds or less.

    They're

    CONSISTENT

    They don't have to re-think their message over and over again.

    They're

    COMPELLING

    Their audience gets it immediately and wants to know more.

  • WANTED: A WAY TO EXPLAIN YOUR STRATEGY THAT GETS RESULTS

    A way to attract resources

    Investors and boards worry about taking risks. A great strategic story gives them confidence about where they're putting their resources.

    A way to win more business

    It takes effort to make decisions. A great strategic story helps clients or customers to choose you - quickly, happily, confidently.

    A way to motivate employees

    Extrinsic rewards, like pay, don't guarantee engagement. A great strategic story gives employees a sense of shared purpose and determination.

  • This is How Strategy Works

    Powerful results from simple questions

    This is How Strategy Works

    Strategy. It's a topic that people seem to want to make difficult.

     

    This straightforward guide includes:

    • Ten great questions to help you figure out how your team or business can win.
    • A free interactive worksheet to keep track of your ideas and insights.
    • Ten ways to challenge conventional business plans.

     

    Meetings about strategy often go round in circles. Get on a better path. Claim your copy now.*

    * If you can't see a request form, just email me and I'll send you a copy within 48 hours.

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    I help leaders and teams to get crystal clear about their business plans and strategies... and then to implement them.

     

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