Title: Should I Stay Or Should I Grow Now - A simple approach to achieve the growth you want for your business, sooner.
Date: Tuesday, 27 June, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM, Australian Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 45 minutes
Too obvious to warrant debate, and too vague to actually communicate a direction, ‘Growth’ means different things to different people – and some of those things are mutually exclusive. What do you want to grow in your business? Is it profit, revenue, people, products? Are you even sure yourself?
As a consequence of this uncertainty, most privately-held businesses in Australia meander their way forward. Without confirming and communicating your specific growth plans, your team will drift, never delivering 100% and only occasionally glancing up from their day-to-day routines to see how your business might be improved.
Give yourself and your leadership team a better approach for defining, designing and therefore achieving ‘Growth’ … whatever that specifically means for you.
Join Jacob Aldridge, businessDEPOT’s Director of Strategic Business Advice and International Business Coach, as he takes you through the “Capacity Engine” - a simple system to use when deciding and communicating what to do right now, what to do next, and how to build a strategic roadmap from now to wherever you want to take your business.
Over the past 12 years, more than 300 active growth businesses in Australia, the UK, and Asia-Pacific have worked with Jacob in his role as an international business coach, partner and advisor.
As Director of Strategic Business Advice at businessDEPOT, Jacob continues to work one-on-one with SME businesses and directors, while also leading the development of our Strategic Advisory services across Workshops, Group Programs, and Online business guidance.
Jacob's alumni clients and those who have attended his presentations describe him as the smart and quirky business guy who makes genuine change happen. He brings business experience that impacts both profit and valuation, plus a unique energy borne from the belief that business is best when it's fun.