WEBINAR

Lunch and Learn: How to create your first business strategy

Jo Lee
Jo LeeJo Lee Coaching

Posted: Tue 25th Jun 2024

Are you starting in business and finding the thought of creating your first business strategy a bit daunting?

In this Lunch and Learn, business coach Jo Lee demystifies the process and explores the essential components that make up a good business strategy.

She explains the key questions you need to be able to answer to create a strategy that will support your business growth and success. She also outlines how to use this strategy to define business activities and measure progress.

Jo has a successful coaching consultancy and app development company and has over 25 years of senior leadership experience across various sectors. She now focuses on supporting entrepreneurs and leaders in their strategic growth and development.

Key takeaways from this session:

  • Learn the questions that you need to be able to answer to create an effective business strategy

  • Understand how to implement your strategy in the day-to-day activities of your business

  • Find out how to create a system to measure progress towards your strategic goals

 

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Jo Lee
Jo LeeJo Lee Coaching
I am a business coach and mentor with a passion to see entrepreneurs and businesses achieve their goals and enjoy the process. I have over 30 years experience in running my own business, creating and leading teams and working at the Senior Leadership level across various organisations. I offer support around individual growth and resilience, leadership development, building high trust, high performing teams, creating a strategy for success and establishing clear metrics to measure progress.

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