Salient Business Focus
“The difference between involvement and commitment is like ham and eggs. The chicken is involved; the pig is committed.”
– Martina Navratilova
When you start a business it’s easy to focus entirely on your clients’ needs – and neglect your own. A successful business needs to be constantly developing, but when you’re so involved it’s often difficult to see where improvements can be made.
The Salient Business Focus programme provides you with an on-call business mentor who will help you maintain the drive you had when you first started your business and ensure you fulfil your potential.
Having a mentor makes you accountable, but as well as helping you set and achieve objectives your mentor will offer you advice, support and coaching to improve your business overall. Regular reviews will ensure you have clear plans and a greater focus on moving your business forwards, and you’ll soon have a business that is progressing faster and better than it was before you started working with your mentor.
“Andy has been very valuable source of comment, advice and support to me in my role at Bridging the Gap. When we have worked together on a project I have found him to be positive, effective and creative.”
Andy Hudson, Consultant, Bridging the Gap
The Salient Business Focus programme is highly effective; you will receive:
- Regular communication with your mentor (unlimited phone calls plus up to two hours per month for coaching, email feedback etc)
- 9-5 Monday to Friday on-call consultancy (2 hour response time)
- Practical help and advice
- Progress reports and goal setting exercises
- Practical insight into skills and techniques in many areas of business including sales, marketing, time management, account management, customer care etc.
The Salient Business Focus programme is a cost-effective way to help you focus on your business and move it forward successfully. To find out more about the Business Focus Programme or to discuss your mentoring needs call Andy today on 01793 843118 or email us.
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