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Developing a strategic roadmap to get you step by step from where you are right now to where you want to be is step one in your success planning.
Learn to run a non-profit organization like a business. Our programs increase structure, define roles and create marketing strategies that inspire action.
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3 Success Factors
Working with a consulting firm can be a bit of a leap of faith. We get it.
We want you to feel comfortable and confident as you enter into a consulting engagement with Larek Point. That’s why we’ve detailed the top 3 success factors you need to know when working with a consultant.
Whether you’re entering into a long-term support or a short-term project based engagement, we believe that it is important that you are positioned for success before the consulting engagement begins.
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Four Step Approach to Consulting
Perform a SWOT analysis to determine what’s working, what’s not working and identify areas to increase or decrease attention and/or resources.
Outline process improvements to increase efficiencies and develop detailed plans for company or department level growth strategies.
Step by step guide for implementation. Success activities to be led and managed by our team and performed by your team.
Once the plan is developed and we’ve instituted new policies and systems, if ongoing support is needed, we provide as little or as much support as you need.
Create an Ongoing System for Success
Our consulting programs set companies up with repeatable system for ongoing structure.
We Become Your Success Partner
We aim to build long-term relationships with our clients. We become invested in your success.
Expand your business through strategic planning
Define Competitive Advantage
Understanding how you are both similar and different is the key to developing a compelling story about why a customer should choose you over your competition.
You may not need more sales, you may simply need better processes. Increased efficiencies lead to higher profitability margins, not increased sales.
Now that the internal systems are functioning, it’s time to turn our attention to how your company is viewed externally and how you’re reaching potential clients.
Where is Your Business, Really?
It’s time to take a deep-dive look at the state of your business. You have to have a clear understanding of the business before you can make any plans to change any of it.
Where Do You Want to Go?
What does the future look like? Let’s define every detail of it.
How Do You Get There?
Together, we’ll create goals with milestones and check points.
Learn to run your organization like a business
Run Like a Business
The #1 reason non-profits struggle is that they do not operate like a business. We agree with being heart centered and mission driven but if the organization cannot function as an entity, it cannot serve those it was built to serve. Let’s combine mission and structure for maximum impact.
Building an annual forecast and calendar of events will ensure that your goals are realistic, acheivable and trackable. Together we develop the best path to revenue, community engagement, access to potential donors and reach to your target audience.
Securing donors and sponsors is critical to not only the survival of a non-profit but its ability to serve their demographic. Develop marketing strategies, sponsorship opportunities and community partnership programs that speak to impact in such a way that it evokes immediate action.
Developing clearly defined roles, responsibilities and evaluation criteria will set your volunteers up for success. Once they become fully integrated, they can then begin running entire programs within your organization with minimal oversight.
Imagine a World Where
You had a clear plan for growth.
You had enough funding to support all programs.
Volunteers led entire departments.
“Process shouldn't impede progress and progress shouldn't supersede process”
Ammie Dover, CEO of Larek Point Consulting
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