Achieving the results you want with your business

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The experience of creating and developing a business is one which can be at times exciting, extremely challenging and, in many cases, immensely rewarding. 

Managing and growing a successful enterprise includes simultaneously developing the operational, administrative and sales elements of the business as well as plotting a course of organisational and personal development.  Most businesses that fail, do so because they get the technical side of running their business wrong.  But those that achieve real success, in almost all cases, are those where leaders find the time and focus for long term thinking and developing themselves, and their teams so they are positioned for growth.

When in a leadership position however, finding the focus for anything that is not a burning priority can be tricky.  Maintaining the thread of strategic thinking even more so.  And even in larger businesses where the senior team are further removed from the 'coal-face' how can you inspire and challenge your organistaion in a way that will produce and deliver on the breakthrough strategies that drive stellar growth?

Working with an advisor who is external to your organisation is a tried and tested way of doing this.  Whether as a personal coach, consultant or non-executive director, engaging the right thinking can add an enormous amount of value. 

As a successful director and entrepreneur with a broad experience of running a variety of businesses, and an MBA, I offer both the technical guidance to get things right and the focus you need so your business produces results you will be proud of.

Michael Hanby MBA MIoD

Business Consultant Michael Hanby MBA MIoD

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