What Do NONPROFIT OR SERVICE BUSINESS LEADERS WANT MOST ?
NonProfit Leaders: To Achieve the Mission.
Services Business Leaders: To Grow and Increase Profitability.
But…in many cases…there often a persistent problem or issue in the way.
Is that the case for you and your organization? Is something holding you and your organization back?
The Rohan Business Group works with leaders (like you) so they can get what they want.
If you lead either a Nonprofit OR a Service Business…naturally you will want to deliver strong, sustainable services that are valued by your clients.
Desired outcomes for NONPROFITS include:
- To SERVE MORE CLIENTS
- To SUSTAIN & GROW GIVING SUPPORT
- To ENGAGE & PARTNER WITH AN EFFECTIVE BOARD
- To LEVERAGE TIME & SUPPORT
Desired outcomes for SERVICE BUSINESSES include:
- To ATTRACT (and KEEP) MORE CLIENTS
- To INSPIRE THE TEAM
- To INCREASE COLLABORATION AND PRODUCTIVITY
- To GAIN AND SUSTAIN HIGH-PROFIT GROWTH
Successful leaders of a Nonprofit or Service Business “wear many hats” to guide their organization.
Sometimes it can be a challenge to find time to work “on” the business in addition to working “in” their business.
So, Rohan Business Group helps leaders be able to do the “work on the business” part..
We partner with leaders of Nonprofit and Service Businesses to help them get what they want.
A typical process for a client Facilitation and implementation:
- Discuss Wants/Needs with Organization Leaders
- Develop and Design/Timeline
- Create Plan to Track Progress
- Measure Results and Ongoing Performance.
- Facilitation and Project Management
We value our client’s time and participation. As a result, we use agendas for all meetings. We project management experience to design, customize to fit client needs , establish the timetable and discuss specific steps with client leaders.
We believe in accountability. Time management and deliverables are important to us in serving our clients.
We guide and consult with client leaders and stakeholders to achieve the outcomes they want. To do this, we:
- Help clients followup to a facilitation by building momentum, gain clarity for their next steps and help create their organization priorities
- Serve and consult to resolve any blocking issues or challenges to success
A training process and/or special focus skill-building programs often follow completed facilitation events. Some training programs include:
- Developing and Using Effective Communications with Peers and Stakeholders.
- Listening Skills and Collaboration