Creating Effective Organizations
Why is Organizational Effectiveness Important? At Creating Effective Organizations Inc. we understand that your business is unique and we are devoted to taking the time to understand your employees, your customers and your personal and business goals. Through this understanding we provide the specific services you and your business need to gain a competitive advantage in the complex and changing business world.
Whether you are the CEO of a large corporation, leading a group or a small business owner, an objective perspective is not always available. The symptoms of a businesses problems are always apparent. Treating the symptoms can temporarily alleviate the issues, but addressing the cause makes positive change permanent.
What is Organizational Effectiveness?
- Delighting customers
- Advancing toward your vision
- Fulfilling your aspirations
- Making money for you and your investors
- Developing your employees and their aspirations
- Making a positive impact on your community
What Challenges Do You Face?
You know your organization has identified a strong future direction and strategies but why is it that employees at all levels complain that it doesn't exist?
There just seems to be little accountability and for the most part employees seem to be really accomplished at presenting problems but no solutions.
Does your company have leaders who: Are technically savvy but lack leadership savvy, are highly skilled but have not been given the training to succeed or are great managers but lack leadership skills such as strategic thinking and vision?
Everywhere you look there are opportunities. So much so in fact, you have trouble focusing on the task at hand.
Your business is so consuming you have little time for family, friends, or relaxation.
Your business offers a variety of products and/or services to a diverse customer base. Each customer has a unique expectation and your having difficulty managing and meeting all of these expectations.
Setting and attaining goals is important in many positions but imperative in sales. Creating goals that stretch us yet are realistic can be as difficult as mapping out the plan to achieve them.
Prospecting, finding qualified, potential clients is the core of our future sales and income. It seems easy enough but it can be a roadblock to meeting quotas and building business.
As we mature in our position many activities start pulling us away from our sales focus. Managing time and using it effectively can be a problem. So many things need attention and we must find time to continue to prospect, make calls as well as do proposals.
You are going through career transition. You would like to find your dream job but are beginning to feel that you will have to settle for work that you find unfulfilling. Whichever job you find you know your resume and interview skills could use some polish.
Your life is in transition. You are entering uncharted waters and the uncertainty of what lays ahead is affecting your well being and causing stress.
You're in a situation that needs to be addressed but you don't know what to say. You're concerned that if you do say something it will be misunderstood and create an even bigger problem.