Hello, I’m Jim
strategic solutions ally
crush The confusion
It is common to find leaders who don’t know what to do, but feel like solutions depend solely on them. They feel isolated and confused. Does that describe you? Let me help you clear the fog and together, CRUSH the confusion.
In order to begin coming up with solutions, we must first assess current state and establish goals.
After the assessment, we will work together to develop a strategic plan based on your most important goals.
Using proven processes we would come alongside you to implement disciplines and accountability.
Implement and Measure
The most important aspect of success is to measure simple, clearly defined goals with your team(s).
Create and Develop
We are able to collaborate with your team, or for you, design and develop branding, creative, interactive, social, or graphic media.
Our church has a value that says it all, “Healthy things grow”. We will together pursue growth with clarity.
Increase Team Confidence
Your team is waiting to be led well. When you lead them by helping to establish simple, clear goals, their confidence and job satisfaction will soar. Furthermore, you can be confident that they are working on the right things to help your organization reach its big goals.
Clarifying your organization and team objectives will bring confusion and frustration to a new low. Everyone wants to know that they are productive and contributing to a bigger, common goal. They want to know their efforts mean something and that you are happy with their work.
We also sometimes find the need to bring into focus a new brand strategy and all that it entails.
Elminate confuson, clarify your mission, and see results turn to growth. Don’t miss out!
Some of my writing
Three Leadership Lessons I Learned at a High School Picnic
One of my volunteer teams at church caters food for large crowds as an outreach. Frankly, it has been one of my most difficult teams, mainly because I felt totally unqualified. Furthermore, I found the whole experience stressful and exhausting until I did one easy...read more