I find it unbelievable that October is nearly over. Leaves are falling. The weather is getting cooler. The holidays are approaching. I’m not sure where the year has gone. It’s natural this time of year to get nostalgic, take stock of the year behind us, and start thinking about the year ahead.
This is true in our personal lives, but even more so in our corporate lives. Now is the time when we lay out plans for next year. We set budgets, form goals, consider new hires, and plan for infrastructure needs.
Mergers, Acquisitions, New Hires, Oh My
As you consider the upcoming year, are you facing any strategic challenges? Do you have mergers or acquisitions on your radar? Do you have new leaders coming on board? Is a culture shift about to take place in your company or industry? Do you have new business areas that you plan to focus on in 2014? Are there old business units that need revamping or revising?
It’s good to ask these questions as the new year approaches. Sometimes facilitating a new strategy can be overwhelming, especially if you’ve never done it before. If you’re facing any of these challenges in the year ahead, I encourage you to call our team at eParamus.
Our highly skilled facilitation experts work with you. We’ll help you develop a strategy to keep your business thriving and moving forward. From the C-suite to the department level, we can scale a strategy that works for you.
We’ll work with you to clarify the vision of what you want to achieve. With our help, you’ll discover the key business principles and practices to ensure your continued success.
What Is Strategic Facilitation?
Here are a few examples of what we can do for you in a facilitated strategy session:
Work with you to identify the goals for your session so that they are clear, focused, significant, and achievable
Develop an agenda with you to address targeted issues important to your team
Facilitate the session, keeping your group focused, engaged, and on time
When deliberating important issues, share our experience with you about what does and does not work
Provide documentation of the meeting results, highlighting the key decisions made and action plans for the future