Business Consulting is useful where business owners and their teams lack specific skills in-house that the business may require in order to drive objectives that are expected or required.

Consulting is generally used in these management areas:

  • Strategy
  • System development
  • Operations management
  • Organisational development
  • Problem solving
  • Leadership
  • Team development
  • Staff engagement

Savvy business leaders the world over access external consulting expertise to speed up or unclog stalled processes or lack of progress.

How Business Consulting works

Initially an interview will be conducted to collect the relevant information about your business in order to develop a scoping document and engagement letter. This will define the extent of the work required.  Most consulting engagements involve meetings with staff and management and could include workshops, research etc.  Most consulting assignments end with the transfer of information or knowledge to the business. This could be in one or more of the following formats:

  • A report
  • Training
  • A workshop
  • Formal advice

A Business Consulting assignment will generally leave the business enriched and with new capabilities, insights or knowledge

Who is Business Consulting for?

  • Businesses that are not yet ready for ongoing business coaching but need some advice on strategy or other specific aspects of their business.
  • Businesses at a strategic decision point – perhaps a new opportunity, a restructure or another difficult issue you’d like advice on.
  • Business owners who need unbiased, honest, expert advice and/or problems solved, but not the ongoing support of a business coach.