Creating Your Legacy – What Do You Stand For?
That is the theme of the 4th Annual Rocky Mountain Entrepreneurial Summit.
Since we are co-chairing this popular event, we have spent the last six months assembling a great group of inspiring speakers. No matter what stage of growth your business is in, from start up to exit strategy, you will walk away with practical advice that can be implemented immediately.
Your customer base is not only a source of current revenue, but it is the best source for referrals and growth opportunities.
Here are a few best practices to nurture this critical asset:
Now is a great time to finalize your plans for 2014.
Like many companies, you are probably facing growth opportunities in
several areas of your business. Yet, the economy is uncertain. Where
should you focus your resources? How can you get your leadership team on
one page to execute the vision efficiently?
Trust. Something that every leader wants. Many leaders initially gain trust,
but then lose it due to a series of mistakes. In our experience, the
level of trust in an organization is one of the best predictors of
long-term success and the organization’s health.
In the world of public companies this topic is known as CEO succession.
Over the last few years the process has become increasingly formalized.
Boards of directors have recognized their responsibility to
shareholders and adopted rules of good corporate governance.
We are six weeks into 2012…where are you with your strategic plan?
Do you feel like your entire team has signed off on it. Is it working?
How do you know? Does your personal plan still inspire you?
As the New Year begins, we have found that this is a good time to
review achievements in 2011 and opportunities for new growth in 2012.
With the experts predicting another year of uncertainty, it is important
to have a realistic plan and alignment of your senior team to lay the
foundation for good execution.
The PFD Group team is grateful to have wonderful clients to advise
and coach. One of our core values is giving back, and we are pleased to
announce a new program that will institutionalize our commitment to
In our current economy, there are significant growth opportunities
for companies with disciplined strategic planning and execution focus.
In his latest book, Great by Choice, Jim Collins and his research team
investigate hundreds of companies to discover the key factors for
predicting which companies succeed in times of uncertainty versus those
who at best fail to reach their full potential. Collins’ key belief is
that although we are living in a time of great uncertainty and change,
we are more in control than ever of our own destinies.