“Until you came along with some new ideas, things stayed pretty much the same. We had sales goals but never had a program like we have now or the rewards we now have. It was all first class and my thanks to each who had a part in it.”

Let’s be honest. I’m probably not the right consultant for you. Odds are, you’ve wound up here by mistake. In fact, it’s probably best if you just go ahead and look somewhere else.

You see, every organization gets to a point where they plateau. The new wears off, the work becomes routine, and the conversations become practiced and all too familiar. And leadership begins thinking it’s time for a change. They start talking about things like growth and employee engagement. They begin reading articles about innovation and throw around phrases like “out-of-the-box.” They start wondering what it would take to move things to the next level.

Every organization goes through this – every single one. It’s a natural part of the lifecycle.

But the vast majority never make it past that point. They never get past the thinking/dreaming/talking stage. Something happens and things stall out. They make a few half-hearted attempts at launching some kind of initiative around improving the customer experience or introducing a sales culture. But it doesn’t stick. Management sits back comfortable in the belief that they’ve made a difference while the employees roll their eyes at the “next big thing.” Sales remain stagnant and service stays flat. The buzz dies down and things get back to normal – until the next failed attempt at change cycles around.

Sound familiar? Well you’d better move on. I have absolutely no interest in working with this type of organization.

I’m in the business of helping organizations change their culture. I absolutely love working with people who are committed to making a difference in the lives of their employees, their customers, and the world around them. I am not interested in being part of the next failed program at your organization.

If you’re looking for someone to simply “pump up the troops,” you need to keep looking. If you’re reluctant to make significant changes to internal processes, move on. If your senior management team isn’t ready to get involved – really involved – I’m not interested.

But if you’re ready to stop thinking and dreaming and talking, then I’m ready to work. If you’re ready to commit the time, energy, and resources to effect real change, then so am I. If you’re ready to do what it takes to break away from the pack and lead, let’s go.

I offer three types of consulting:

  1. Turn-key resource development.
  2. Project-based engagement.
  3. Longer-term consulting agreement.

If you are interested in exploring a partnership, the first step is to see if we’re a good fit for each other. Use the form below to share a little about your challenge. I’ll give you a call to set up an exploratory call. You may also elect to contact me directly.