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Does Your Business Need To Change?

can you picture your new beginning now

Take the temperature test for your business…

If you answer NO to more than three of the following questions, then it’s time to seek help to improve your business. Four free tips below:

  • Is your business’s current situation your desired situation?
  • Has your business had time to regroup since its growth?
  • Is your business growing too quickly?
  • Is your business committed to improving how things are done?
  • Are you are getting the most from your team, colleagues or partners?
  • Is your business working as smart and efficiently as you would like?
  • Are you in control of managing change?
  • Could your business work without you?
  • Are you proactive about initiating this?

Being in control of managing change and doing this at the right time has to be better than waiting until things are starting to go wrong. But when is the best time and how do we make time?

  1. Recognise Potential Barriers to change
    • Negativity and cynicism
    • Lack of financial or human resources
    • Lack of input from your team, colleagues or partners
    • Lack of skills and knowledge
  2. Seek independent advice from a business consultant
    This can assist with the successful transition to change to evaluate where you are, and where you want to be, and giving you the tools to make the right things happen in a positive way and at the right time.
  3. Possible solutions to change management can be:
    • Finding quick wins to make a difference
    • Finding ways to work more efficiently
    • Finding practical solutions to problems
    • Creating real results and positive outcomes
  4. Go to Seminars
    While one on one consulting is beneficial to all businesses, seminars can be an affordable way to gain a pathway forward.If you are interested to learn more about Creative Change Management Business Seminars please contact debs@successfactor.co.nz

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