My focus is to show you why seeing your business as art will help you build a self sustaining business with happy customers, staff and stakeholders.
Increasing shareholder value simply doesn't do enough anymore. Businesses need to think long and hard about the underlying structures which are changing their customers behaviour. To survive and thrive businesses must challenge the status quo or I believe they will fail.
Understanding where a business is right now; Is a fundamental requirement.
But the analysis is only relevant after the goal or vision is determined.
Customer experience seems to be the latest new fad but in my view it’s not at all or at least shouldn’t be.
So, what should be done about it?
The Gallup organisation said, only 25% of employees are engaged in their jobs, 55% of them are just going through the motions, and 20% of them are working against their employers' interests.
Would your business benefit by; having more efficient and effective work processes, saving time and money, increasing sales and results, increased customer satisfaction?
A business vision statement is not a mission statement. A mission statement answers the question, “why does my business exist.” A vision statement answers the question, “where is my company heading.”
Would you like to see your business grow in a way which engages your employees, customers and stakeholders?
is it better to build a self sustaining business where customers want to refer you to other customers?
Strong business tend to thrive when people pull together with a shared vision. What's yours?
My entrepreneurial journey started when I was 10 years old and stuck in Malta with no cash and no school. Luckily, I was able to find opportunities to create some money and at the same time enjoy the beautiful Mediterranean sea.
Challenging, inventive and of course heaps of fun!
I'm interested in understanding you and your business to see whether I can help you reach your goals and vision.
For those of you who are interested in hearing more about my somewhat unusual early life I'd be happy to share on request.