Business can be challenging, complex, and stressful with lots of balls to juggle and mouths to feed. However, things can be easier than you think and definitely easier than they are now. All you need is to learn the fundamental principles of running and growing a successful business, plus be armed with the tools to help make it easier.
This doesn’t mean that you won’t have any challenges along the way, but it’s about reducing these, making your business run more smoothly (and more profitably), and ensuring that you and your entire team have an eye on the future and their place in it.
You will leave with ideas and tools that you can implement immediately to transform your business and achieve long-lasting results.
This program is suited to any Business Owners or Senior Management Team who wish to learn a business-building framework and business growth tools to give their business it's best chance of a successful year.
Ai Group members please email email@example.com for your access code to the free member registration.
Anil Puri from Chan & Naylor Business Coaching has been running regular business reviews and planning workshops for his clients since 2005. They form the foundation for the work that he does to help businesses get clear on their direction and priorities and to put in place a plan to accelerate their growth and development.
We are running a special version of this workshop in the context of COVID-19 to help our attendees to plan for growth over the next 12 months. Anil will be sharing his business-building framework and business growth tools, facilitate the sharing of ideas amongst the group, and you will leave with greater clarity and documented goals, and a plan to propel your business forward in FY2022.
Anil is one of the independent consultants supporting our new Business Improvement & Growth (BIG) Hub, which is a resource centre to help our members. He is a trained accountant with over 25 years of experience helping businesses and has been running his own business coaching and consulting firm since 2005.