In late 2019, Vistage carried out a survey to better understand business leaders’ priorities across the UK. Over 250 of our members took part, revealing the ‘real world’ concerns of business leaders.
How do we know what the landscape of UK business truly looks like?
Gaining an understanding of the ‘real world’ concerns of UK business leaders helps inform our own business strategies. It provides important insights into how we manage and mitigate risk and how we prepare for the future.
Taking a step back to review your business performance and make sure your strategy and priorities reflect your business goals will undoubtedly pay dividends in both the short and long-term. It may also give you the opportunity to look back on your successes and incorporate those learnings into growing your business even more!
What are the ‘real world’ concerns of business leaders across the UK? In late 2019, we canvassed our members to better understand business leaders’ priorities for 2020 and beyond.
If you’ve made the decision to invest in an executive coach, the next step is choosing one. So how do you do it? Where do you look? And how can you guarantee you’ll find the right person for you?
In a recent article we explored what Vistage chairs actually do; the coaching and mentoring they deliver to businesses and what they receive in return. In this article, we look more closely at how executive coaching by Vistage chairs could benefit you and your business - and help you decide if you need an executive coach.
An executive coach helps business owners, CEOs and high-level or high-potential employees become better leaders, make better decisions and achieve better results.
It’s common to confuse a coach with a consultant, but they’re very different. Consultants are like doctors. They diagnose problems, prescribe solutions and sometimes execute the solution themselves.
Most business owners understand the importance of marketing, but in the heat of running a business, marketing activity often takes a back seat to service delivery.
But if you want to sell your business, potential investors will shine a very bright spotlight on your processes for acquiring and retaining customers.
Hello, and welcome to the third article in our series on how to grow a business to sell.
In the last article, we shared some advice on how to prepare a business growth plan.
Now, it’s time to talk about you. As the founder, director, CEO or senior leader you are one of the driving forces behind your company. You are, at least in part, responsible for its successes and failures.