Workshops are a quick and affordable way to get everyone on the same page, address key issues, and develop an action plan.
Facilitated by a consultant, workshops allow managers to fully participate in the discussions without the distraction of having to run the meeting as well.
Workshops are always customized to a client’s specific needs and objectives. We offer a variety of topics, such as:
- Growth opportunities
- Profitability analysis
- Competitive analysis
- Pricing strategies
- Differentiation & positioning
- Value Proposition
- Scenario planning
If you don’t see the topic you’re interested in, we’ll be happy to put together a custom program for your firm.
Workshops – Effective and Affordable
We make the workshop productive by getting everyone involved, asking thought-provoking questions, and providing a structured process for problem-solving. It’s important that the workshop does not end in limbo, but that decisions are made, and that you develop a practical action plan. We make sure you do.
Workshops are an affordable and very cost-effective way to get a management team together, explore issues, and make informed decisions. This makes a workshop a great alternative to a bigger scope consulting project.
Depending on the complexity of the topics to be discussed, workshops can run from one to three days. Multi-day events can be split into one or more single-day meetings to accommodate scheduling requirements and to give the participants time to digest what was discussed.
Guided by an experienced facilitator, workshops allow managers to fully participate in the discussions, without the distraction of also having to run the meetings. We keep the discussions on track and make sure everyone is engaged.
Who Should Attend?
The management workshops are intended for owners and managers of small B2B firms who are looking for a quick and effective process to solve important business issues or for management training.
A group of 5 – 10 attendees is best to get the necessary functional diversity from across the organization and to maintain productivity. Larger groups tend to get a bit unwieldy.
In-Person or Online
For a more lively and engaged group interaction, in-person meetings are best. However, during the current Covid-19 pandemic, online sessions are a good alternative.
Contact us to talk about conducting a workshop for your firm.Let's Talk