Which organization doesn’t want to realize growth!? Acquire substantial new assignments, attract long-term clients, find and retain happy employees. This is exactly what I’ve been helping knowledge-heavy B2B organizations with for the past 10 years.
These organizations often position themselves as competent, professional experts. And, although knowledge and expertise are obviously important, they are hardly ever the decisive reason for clients and employees to consider a collaboration. Because, professional knowledge, expertise, and experience are usually not unique at all.
So, what makes people pick your organization? It’s other people. Or, more specifically, the people within your organization. The way they offer their knowledge and expertise and the way they build and strengthen relationships with their target groups. That’s the differentiator for a knowledge-heavy B2B organization.
By focusing on people (employees and their target groups), you can help your organization realize growth in a responsible manner. Acquire substantial new assignments, attract long-term clients, find and retain happy employees. As a strategic adviser and project manager, I can help you realize your goals in these areas.