Part 7 of KickStart Change series covers ‘Four Ways to Gain & Build Strong Momentum in Your Change Implementation’. Here are four practical ways that I’ve used for both my own implementation and my clients. Each strategy is designed to keep you moving towards your growth goals in a sustainable manner and is designed to implement straight away to your success.
Part 6 of KickStart Change series is ‘How to Get Early Wins from your Existing Clients’. Get the six step process for successfully rolling out new VAS services to your clients, including some common misconceptions to be aware of. Plus, learn how to achieve 30% growth in just 9 months.
Part 4 of Kick-Start Change series covers ‘How to Leverage Existing Knowledge to Your Maximum Advantage’. Includes common questions Accountants ask themselves about VAS, the key to successful VAS design and implementation, and how you can design attractive VAS offerings fast. Plus includes real firm examples of successful implementation strategies.
Part 3 of KickStart Change series covers ‘The Top Four Strategies for creating the focus needed to create your Premium Practice’. The right focus is essential to building the practice you want, so this week I’ve got my top four for Accountants to focus on. There’s also another real life client example to demonstrate how to implement these changes and explain the personal benefits for the partner.
Part 3 of the Kick-Start Change series covers how Accountants build the confidence to implement growth plans, by getting crystal clear on what you want. I outline some questions to help you achieve clarity, build confidence and get faster implementation. Read how one of my clients took action, got real tangible results, and hear how this process had positive personal impacts for him. It all began with the process of getting clear on what he wanted.
Part 2 of Kick-start Change series covers ‘Five ways to say ‘No’ that will free up time to do higher end work and increase your profitability’.
The first in my 7 part Change Implementation Kick Starter Series. I know how hard it is not knowing where to begin on your change journey, so I’ve written this series around six starting points that I use to make implementation easier for my clients.
This week Andrew reveals five critical areas of business and the figures that allow you to track your growth and improve your decision making. Each section includes a comprehensive wrap on why you need to figures and what insights they give you, as well as prompting you with further questions to measure how your firm is currently managing that area.
Resistance to change is the single biggest factor that stops our growth.
Resistance to change is the single biggest factor that stops our growth. In Part 4 we look at how Partnerships can complicate the decision to change and the speed at which changes can be implemented. I also share the top two strategies I use to manage change within multi-partner firms.