There are 4 key stages in any business, no matter what the size, that need to be strategised and executed correctly to reach full potential. These stages are Launch, Grow, Sustain and Scale. Too often businesses confuse Growth vs Scale and consequently pay the price in the short and long run.
In this workshop we explore few key aspects of these key stages so as avoid these mistakes. We will cover: Scaling vs Growing in Business:
- What it IS and IS NOT
- Confusing Growth & Scale
- Key Dimensions of Growth (Intangible vs Tangible)
- Key Dimensions of Scaling (Intangible vs Tangible)
- When & How To Scale?
- BONUS: Framework for Growth & Scale
Ticket price includes drinks and light refreshments.
ABOUT MIHIR THAKER
Mihir is the Director of The Missing Link, one of Australia’s leading Business and Executive Coaching company for CEOs’, C-suite executives and business owners and has been personally tutored by some of the world’s finest business and executive coaches, transformation teachers and business wizards.
He specialises in advanced human behavioural change along with development and execution of business strategies for medium & large enterprises and entrepreneurs and help them be externally and internally successful. Over the last 10-years he has worked extensively with clients in Fortune 500 companies across Australia and the USA such as Orange, Sprint-Nextel, Louis Vuitton, CBA and Telstra along with many smaller sized companies in an executive and business coaching capacity.
Mihir regularly runs workshops/talks on development of business strategies, identifying gaps between strategy and execution, coaching high performers, business model developments, 4 Disciplines of Execution, Deepening Leadership Effectiveness, Sustainable Productivity in Organisations, 5 Levels of Leadership, 5 Dysfunctions of a Team, Business Models That Work, Value Creation in Organisations, Dealing with Shadow Aspects In Leadership, 80/20 Decision Making and Productivity etc.
Mihir holds a Masters in Wireless Communications and a Decision Making & Risk Analysis in Organisations certificate from Stanford University.