Key Management Skills: Business Vision/ Strategy

Start Date: 21/11/2022

Duration: 9.30am - 12.30

Location: Virtual Delivery

Full Fee: €75

Network Members Fee: €60

Programme overview

This programme is aimed at helping you update or develop a strategic plan for your business. It will help you align your offering to the needs of your customers and as a result improve profitability.

Course Delivery

Each Workshop is delivered online in Two X 90 Minute Modules with a 15-minute break.
Training materials and Workbooks are emailed to the participants in advance (or posted to those who don’t have ready access to a printer). Usually, Module One runs from 9.30am to 11am and Module Two from 11:15am to 12:45pm followed by 15 minutes for further Q&A if required.

Learning Outcomes

On completion participants will appreciate the importance of regularly reviewing what they are doing and evaluating the alternative strategies available to them. Participants will have the tools necessary to review their strategy on a regular basis

 

Workshop Content

• The strategic planning processes
• Reviewing you vision, mission, and values
• Setting realistic objectives
• Reviewing alternative strategies
• Agreeing on a strategy
• Developing an action plan

 

 

 

 

Trainer Profile

Frank McGlone BA, MBA, MCIM, MInstD.

Since 2003, Frank has been the Optimum Results’ lead Trainer & Consultant for SME Management Skills and Early Exporters projects delivered in Ireland and export markets. He has specialised in this field since the early 90s but has also worked with some of Ireland’s largest businesses. An Enterprise Ireland approved ‘Business Growth Advisor’ (BGA), Frank is a result focused and talented facilitator of effective Business and Financial Strategic Planning, Frank is a widely skilled and experienced Trainer and Executive Coach. He has served as Chairman of a number of Companies such as Botanic Inns Ltd in Northern Ireland and has been involved in developing strategies for many substantial organisations including a US owned manufacturing company with $1 billion turnover in Europe. He is also retained by a number of UK and Irish based exporting companies and organisations to provide ongoing consultation.