Business Innovators

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Business leaders with a strong sense of responsibility and drive to succeed in their roles often want to create change in their organizations–whether this gets played out as overcoming challenges or implementing new ideas. This level of desire for innovation is undeniable. Although they may or may not call themselves “intrapreneurs,” their ability to start things up internally and bootstrap (even within their global Fortune 500 subsidiary or billion-dollar startup) is essential to their nature, sense of accomplishment, and overall career success.

Managers and Directors

Business innovators we work with at the manager or director level have execution challenges. They want to get more done. Sometimes they are trying to meet expectations of their roles and feeling the weight of that. And knowing who to turn to–in all of this–is a complex decision that can get put off.

Business Innovators

Business leaders with a strong sense of responsibility and drive to succeed in their roles often want to create change in their organizations–whether this gets played out as overcoming challenges or implementing new ideas. This level of desire for innovation is undeniable. Although they may or may not call themselves “intrapreneurs,” their ability to start things up internally and bootstrap (even within their global Fortune 500 subsidiary or billion-dollar startup) is essential to their nature, sense of accomplishment, and overall career success.

Managers and Directors

Business innovators we work with at the manager or director level have execution challenges. They want to get more done. Sometimes they are trying to meet expectations of their roles and feeling the weight of that. And knowing who to turn to–in all of this–is a complex decision that can get put off.

Two common scenarios are:

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“I’ve got this great idea but . . .”

You have a half-baked idea (or a list of them!) and lack the bandwidth, creative energy, or perspective to finalize and execute on them. So they stay in the back of your mind, gnawing at you. If you had a team at your disposal or at least a great brainstorming partner, you’re sure you could get it off the ground and make a huge difference.

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“I’ve been handed this project and . . .”

You’ve been given a project to manage and aren’t sure where to begin. Just thinking through it hurts your brain. There’s never enough time to make true progress because it’s just so new and you’re juggling competing priorities. If you’re really being honest with yourself too, you might be procrastinating because you don’t have immediate answers and solutions. But they’re just not coming. Maybe you’re burying yourself in the day to day. You know ultimately that’s not sustainable. So, how will you do it all?

You need a creative partner–someone to unpack that project WITH you. Then map out what needs to be done. In all instances, both creativity and analysis are required. Followed up with a healthy dose of get it done.

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