Business Creation

It all starts with an idea. For many, taking the idea and implementing a business plan creates a major challenge. Knowing how to overcome this obstacle can mean the difference between success and failure at a very early stage. These sessions are aimed at creating a focused plan for putting ideas into action.

Creating a Business Vision

In any business, it is essential to not only look where you are, but also to know where you want to be. This keynote, which can be done as a half day or full day seminar, provides guidance on how to create a 1, 5, 10 and 20 year vision for your business. The audience will leave with a completed vision on what their business will look like in at each of these milestone years and the exact steps needed to accomplish their vision.

Business Planning

Creating a business plan is essential for the implementation and growth of any business. In this full day session or keynote address, we will focus on the success of your business. The audience will leave prepared to complete their own business plan (keynote) or a completed business plan (full day seminar) that will ready them to implement it on their next business day.

Creating and Maintaining a Positive Corporate Culture

As John Maxwell writes, "People don't care how much you know, until they know how much you care." People don't work for companies, they work for other people. Whether you manage one person or 10,000, this keynote address will give you ideas and tools to improve your corporate culture forever. Most people don't leave their jobs because of money. They leave because of who they work for and the corporate culture they work within. The audience will be provided with effective tools designed to improve corporate culture and create a workplace where employees want to come. Built for retention and recruitment, this is a session employers and employees will find invaluable.

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