Bridges to Better Business: Planning for Profit
September 30 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
9:00am to 10:00am – Module 1 – The Big Picture
- Building Your Foundation – Understanding and structuring your business for your market and your business goals.
10:15am to 11:15am – Module 2 – What’s Happening
- Utilizing the knowledge and experience gained from the past year to establish a strong strategy and a clear action plan to achieve the company’s goals.
11:30am to 12:30pm – Module 3 – Goal Clarity
- Create a picture of the future business three years out, then with more detail, determine what you will need to do in the upcoming one year to stay on track to reach that 3 Year goal.
12:45pm to 1:45pm – Module 4 – Tracking and Accountability
- Lay out your annual plan and priorities into four quarterly segments, establish a meeting rhythm to review progress and keep score.
By planning your work, working your plan, and focusing your time effectively to gain traction, you will stop spinning your wheels and create a solid foundation that combines your vison, market, goals, and action items.
Learn to set, track and attain long-term goals by breaking down the action steps required, and documenting them into a written plan. Follow your plan and track progress with a tracking sheet for weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual traction.
After completing this workshop and the homework, you will have a completed workbook that organizes your goals for growth in the upcoming year, which align with your 3, 5 and10 year targets. You will also have an action plan to track your goals and measure your success.
Instructor Bio Penny Tremblay is a genuine entrepreneur. Founding the Tremblay Leadership Center, with relationship strategies training and keynotes internationally for 20+ years, thousands have benefitted with skills and confidence to be productive, play nice in the sandbox, and climb the ladder of success.
Inspiring and edu-taining, this workshop guarantees long lasting impact.
“This strategy helped me double my sales for three consecutive years. There is tremendous power in planning your work, and working your plan”