Business brainstormingA different approach for each business

Every business has a different set of circumstances or challenges. Therefore the advice offered to the business owner will be different for each business.

Working Organically

I work organically and therefore do not offer a one size fits all approach. Preferring not to be briefed, before we meet, I work at my optimum when I think and react directly to what is being discussed. During our discussion I’ll probe and challenge the current approach and ask lots of questions, getting under the skin of the business, to the ‘nitty gritty’. This approach helps me to reach the core issues that need to be addressed (often not currently being noticed or acknowledged by the business owner).

Joining the dots

From our conversation together, I will gather the information and start to ‘join the dots’ to find a solution. This will help move your business forward or further develop your growing brand. I work with the business owner on a 1-2-1 basis.

One session will be often be enough to ‘kick start’ the business. It is way to make the owner think differently, with an input of new and fresh ideas.  Some prefer to work with me on an ongoing basis after our intial session together. A bespoke arrangement can be made for this.

Many clients like to use my experience and skills to help mentor them, in an ongoing relationship to stay connected and be able to review their results and successes regularly with them.

Impartial and Objective Input

I really enjoy working with businesses of all ages and a diverse range of sectors. These will include pre-start ups (those with a new business idea who want to minimise making expensive mistakes and unnecessary expenditure), Start Ups, Businesses under 5 years old and even older more established businesses. Most businesses will require impartial and objective input at some stage during their development. I love working with women as they are not afraid to reach out for help and support when they need it. A great strength to help their business.

When a business owner is serious about their business, they seek help. Sometimes a brainstorming session may be all it needs to make sense of their thoughts, worries, new ideas or aspirations.