Smart Business Thinking at Home - 5 Life Management Strategies for Professional Couples
Smart Business Thinking at Home has been designed specifically for professional couples to work together better at home and grow together. It reapplies best practice from the business world to introduce 5 Life Management Strategies for improving communication, planning, and decision-making at home. These form the basis for the 5 training modules of a comprehensive strategic and operational planning & review cycle at home.
We recognise that life is busy and that often we may be dedicating so much time and energy to our careers that we're only just getting by on the home front. Or, that we're so busy with the day-to-day tactical activities of the family that we're not communicating adequately or focusing on the most important joint priorities or strategic decisions that will have an important impact 5 years from now. Join us for a fresh, new approach to managing life at home. Participants have found these 5 Life Management Strategies and frameworks to be insightful, practical, and revolutionary to their lives!
Strategy 1: Defining your Home Culture through Mission, Vision, and Values Statements
Strategy 2: Agree your 5-year Strategic Plan
Strategy 3: Memorize your 3-5 Key Annual Priorities
Strategy 4: Detail your Annual Operating Plan
Strategy 5: Agree the "What" and "Who" of Decisions
Workshops are offered through enjoyable and professional 6-hr workshops in Central London (lunch included) or virtually through our 5 downloadable e-Workshops.
Why does reapplying business strategy work at home?
Testimonials & Feedback
“Really quite inspiring. This could be a way to revolutionise my life and get me out of firefighting mode”
“The unique point is that it is based on the business world”
“It would be quite useful to have a picture of what we are doing for the year ahead”
“The only thing we ever seem to plan ahead is holidays! Never thought of doing more... but makes sense!"
“I can think of examples where we are just not as efficient at home as at work - things that we would have followed up on for work but never seem to get done at home. "
“It would be great to run meetings at home more like we do at work - a bit less emotion and more effective. We've recently been trying to plan a holiday with our children and it has been a nightmare... "