Business Coach – Getting the Strategy Right
A business coach helps you meet your goals for your company and focus on what you must do to move the business forward. They increase the knowledge underpinning the business (hence KUB), helping you to learn, set goals, and most of all clear blockages hindering growth.
As a high growth business coach, Peter Dickinson will work with you through all aspects of the business, from finding customers to getting paid. His approach is non-judgemental, preferring to focus on building the right practices. Often there are many ways to achieve a company goal, and so he will offer a range of options to choose from. As a trained advisor Peter can offer straight advice if required.
Meetings with a business coach have a simple structure and generally follow the GROW process:
- Goals: Identify or confirm key goals
- Reality: Understand your current pressing issues
- Options: What do you want to do? What is holding you back?
- Will: Agree with the required actions and timescale for implementation
They can be one-to-one or with as many people as you like. It all depends on what you need to achieve.
Technology – Finding that Strategic Advantage
Technology plays an increasingly vital role in our lives and with his strong technology background Peter can provide strategic support with:
- Technology (which technology will give you a strategic advantage)
- Infrastructure (on the premises or migration to the cloud)
- Software Development or Selection (including application architecture, roadmap, and decision tables for software selection)
- Digital Marketing
- Social Media
Working with many technology companies, Peter has a network of experts who can resolve technical or marketing issues you may be experiencing.
Find out more about how we can help you with your technology strategy.
Social Media Management – Engaging with your Customers
Increasingly, social media plays an essential role in how you interact with your customers. They expect faster response times and communication over a growing number of channels.
Social media platforms continue to evolve and change direction and what was right last year might get penalised this year. Getting noticed is becoming harder and, with more platforms looking to make money, a budget is now often required to get the same attention and exposure that was historically free.
Ideally, the best way to operate social media is to do it yourself, and we can help you set this up. However, platforms continuously change, and unless you have a dedicated member of staff (which is what we recommend), it may be safer and less time-consuming to out-source your social media activity. At KUB we are driven by results and so Charleh Dickinson, our Social Media Manager, will do this for you.
Find out more about how we can help you with your social media management.