How can NEXT LEVEL help you?
How do you attract GREAT people, train them, nurture them, and KEEP them?
Finance Administration & Analysis
How do you track and grow your finances? Do you understand what your financial reports mean?
Systems & Administration
How do you manage your team, your information, a project or your time?
Do your potential customers know WHY they need your fantastic product or service? How is your brand understood in the market?
How do sell your product or service? Do you have one use customers or do you have life time customers that sustain you?
How do you grow the community you do business in?
Not for Profit Board Governance and Training
Does your Not for Profit need help with effective Governance? Do you need help with policy or bylaw creation or even Administration management?
EVENTS & Blog
Websters Dictionary defines SCALING is “to grow or expand in a proportional and usually profitable way” 1. Commit to grow-if you ever want to grow, get prepared NOW to grow! If you have aspirations to grow, you will need a PLAN to grow. Gradual and intentional steps so you don’t feel overwhelmed or become reactionary. Read more about SCALING your business in 6 steps[…]
Like Chicks with Cheques, 100 Women who Care, or 100 Men Who Give a Damn, we are dedicated to gathering a crowd of individuals, who care about Leduc and the Leduc County Region, and who want to make a significant IMPACT in our region. We Gather to get informed and pool our funds. The organization Read more about IMPACT50 is LIVE![…]
I recently spent the first two weeks of July sick in bed with full blown pneumonia. After the first week of disgusting had come and gone, Amber came to visit me and from the other side of the screen door, left me popsicles, (because she knew that’s the only thing I was eating), and some Read more about Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature![…]
This past weekend Amber and I went on a lady’s retreat with 49 other women. We left on Thursday and came home on Saturday. We stayed in cabins of 4-6 people, and we participated in a variety of outdoor activities and development sessions. We spent 48 hours away and yet on Saturday right before we Read more about Are you a Leader?[…]
Have you ever traveled and taken a picture from multiple perspectives of the same thing, (Front and back)? Maybe you’ve taken a picture from one spot and then turned around to take a photo of a completely different view, (beach and city)? Maybe you’ve taken a picture from the same location but years or weeks apart? The thing that unites these scenarios is that they each offer Read more about Perspective[…]
In part 1 of our 3 part blog series, we talked about Having focused conversations with individual team members that discuss 3 key points; Has the individual been set up for success? Who is the individuals support system at work? Has the individual received specific feedback in the past 6 months? If you missed part Read more about What you measure becomes important! Part 3 of 3[…]
If you aren’t measuring your team’s morale you aren’t aware of your impact on their morale! Last week some of you were convicted by this statement. We then discussed the first of three ways to measure morale; Have focused conversations with individual team members that discuss 3 key points; Has the individual been set up Read more about What you measure becomes important! Part 2 of 3[…]
As most of us approach the end of the first fiscal quarter, what do your 1st quarter results look like? How are your sales, profit margins, customer satisfaction levels, and team morale? Wait-what? How can I even possibly try to measure my team’s morale? Yes, financial and customer satisfaction reports are important and because they Read more about What you measure becomes important! Part 1 of 3[…]
The past few months our house has been under construction with interior renovations. I will share the list of the items being tackled so you understand the extent of the madness; apply new fireplace stone and slate, paint the living room, dining room, and kitchen, lay new flooring in all three rooms, paint all kitchen Read more about Vision, Values, and Mission Statements…Why your business needs them?[…]
Recently, I had a conversation with a fellow business owner who was frustrated with one of their clients. I am sure we have all been there. The issue at hand was another last minute need that would require an excessive amount of time to complete before the weekend. Despite previous conversations about ‘last minute’ requests Read more about Kryptonite Clients[…]