- What is it?
- A highly engaged and productive workforce
- A customer focused and collaborative culture
- A commitment to continous improvement, innovation and adaptablity
- Strong leadership and staff development practices
- Strategic alignment across all levels
- Robust financial performance
- A strong brand reputation
Why does business health matter?
The healthier your company, the more competitive advantage you have, the more engaged your team members are, the happier your clients are - all which fosters growth and resilience.
Focusing on your company's health is not just strategic; it's imperative.
"Organizational health is the single greatest competitive advantage of any business."
– Patrick Lencioni
The Outcome :
A better understanding of areas necessary to focus on for a healthier, more competitive business that will remain relevant and resilient.
The Goal :
To improve your business health for improved, steady growth and ultimately a higher valuation and ability to achieve your desired outcome.
Services to Drive Your Business Health:
Business Health Assessment
This is a deep dive into each department and leadership to identify the true constraints to a healthy, thriving organization. This hands-on service results in an un-biased detail of areas that need to be addressed and removed to create a thriving, resilient business.More Info
Business Health Academy
This online masterclass series will walk you through the steps necessary to (re)build a solid foundation for a health company. The ultimate goal of each module is to educate and equip attendees with the latest best-in-class tools and tips to improve your business health and leadership.More Info
The following areas are evaluated:
Leadership: This includes assessing the effectiveness of the company's leaders in terms of setting a vision, communicating goals, performance and behavior traits, and leading by example.
Communication: Evaluate the effectiveness of communication within and between departments, as well as with customers and suppliers.
Culture: Assess the company's culture, including values, norms, and behaviors, and whether they support the company's goals, and the department sub-cultures that may exist and whether they are nested within the company culture.
Risk Management: Evaluate the company's risk management practices, including identifying and mitigating risks related to operations, finances, and legal issues.
By evaluating each of these areas and gathering feedback from employees, customers, and other stakeholders, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of your business health and quickly identify areas for improvement.
Process to Determine BHI
Check out the BUSINESS HEALTH ACADEMY
Different from the Business Health Assessment, this online masterclass series will walk you through the steps necessary to (re)build a solid foundation for a health company. The ultimate goal of each module is to educate and equip attendees with the latest best-in-class tools and tips to improve your business health and leadership.
THE GOAL: Increased growth and resiliency!
For more information on what this online masterclass series is all about, click the link below and add your name to the waitlist to be apprised of the next class start date.More Info