Unifying teams so companies can grow
Ever feel like your team culture isn’t where you want it to be?
Your employees don’t want to come to work?
Your managers are looking for jobs elsewhere?
Can’t figure out why?
I know that you want to have an organization that’s efficient, excited to show up to work and customers knocking down your door.
To make that happen, you need a culture that’s buzzing and a strategy that is clearly in place to help you grow.
The problem is that right now, your team doesn’t understand your vision, and your employees are looking for jobs elsewhere.
I believe that leaders who work hard and have a good heart shouldn’t fail because of inefficient, unclear systems and broken communication to your team.
I understand how you feel as a leader - full of heart, passion and work ethic - and don’t feel like your results are showing off.
I’ve spent 20 years helping organizations and communities in Western Kansas creating strategies to grow, increase communication and improve efficiencies in organizations of all sizes.
I received by Business Administration and Management degree from Fort Hays State University and am a member of the Association for Strategic Planning.
Here’s what I do:
I offer Fractional Chief Operations Officer support for organizations under 1,000 employees and consulting on an hourly basis.
What’s a “Fractional Chief Operations Officer (C.O.O.)”?
C.O.O.s oversee strategic development and are responsible for instituting systems that provide effective internal management.
C.O.O.s main job descriptions include (but not limited to):
Participate in developing and implementing a strategic plan that supports the organization’s vision and goals
Translate the strategic plan to staff to ensure support and modifies the plan in response to changing internal and external factors
Participate with leadership team to set policies and determine strategies to meet or exceed revenue, profit, and cash flow commitments to the company
Analyze current and future trends and accurately assesses competitive strengths and vulnerabilities
Identify opportunities for new value creation
Uphold, safeguard and promote the organization’s values and philosophy relating particularly to ethics, integrity, corporate (social) responsibility
Develop and implement a talent plan to ensure the right people are in the right place at the right time to meet the strategic needs of the organization
Manage employee performance by establishing clear goals and expectations, tracking progress against the goals, ensuring timely feedback, and addressing performance problems and issues promptly
Coordinate an adequate structure for the delivery of effective and efficient administrative operations (e.g. finance, HR, IT)
Direct the functions of budgeting, accounting, reporting, financial counseling of leadership team to appraise operating results in terms of costs, budget, operating policies, trends and increased profit opportunities
Analyze revenue, profit and cash flow opportunities for the business and recommend actions
Attract, develop, and retain talented individuals; create a learning environment that ensures staff realize their highest potential
Hold staff rigorously accountable for achieving their objectives
Move people from compliance to commitment
It all boils down to this: I develop the strategy and implement it.
Here’s how we do this:
1) Schedule a free consultation.
2) We assess your current needs and I will put together an improvement plan to help you grow.
3) We get to work and see amazing change take place in your organization through clarifying your vision and your message to your customers.
Schedule a call by clicking HERE.
In the meantime, enjoy this free resource on 7 Culture Killers to learn how to stop these in your organization today.
You can stop worrying about high turnover, wasted money on marketing and frustration in your business - we have a plan to help you improve and succeed and we can start now!
What are you waiting on?
Let’s get started!
Who needs a Fractional C.O.O. Offer?
Small Business Owners
Leaders who are in need of a plan to clarify their vision to motivate their teams to action and increase their customer and client base.
Large organizations can benefit from a COO to oversee strategic initiatives, reduce turnover and improve efficiency.
Before you ever begin, have a plan in place to strategically scale, grow and develop your business. Begin with the end in mind.
what can a fractional c.O.o. do for my organization?
Prepare for the next move.
Prepare and plan for the growth of your organization and your next move. Don’t be caught off guard by your own success. Be prepared!
Improve retention and reduce turnover.
With an improved right-fit hiring process and a training plan in place to be ever improving your team, personally and professionally, you’ll save precious resources on employee loss and replacement.
Improve your quality of work life and personal life knowing that your business has a strategic plan and your team is being trained to execute the plan efficiently.