Management Solutions Group • 2879 Hoag NE • Grand Rapids, MI 49525 •  Phone: (616) 365-9822
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Business Improvement Presentation

Global Management TrainingThis is a short presentation of MSG's Service Oriented Approach to Business Improvement


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Our Approach

• Step 1 – Initial Consult (No Charge)
– Short Review of Business, Sales & Financials
– Formal Assessment as to whether we can help

• Step 2 – Initial Analysis – Current Status
– SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities & Threats)
– Assessment Report covering listed areas and identification of issues where we can help

Step 3 – Based on Initial Report – You Select
–Areas of focus
– This becomes our project plan
– We provide you an estimate of work

Step 4 – Focused Project Work
– We mentor, train and conduct the work to the agreed plan with defined objectives
– We report regularly on progress

Steps to Reinvent Your Job - Effective Communication

online meeting Group Of BusinesspeopleHow much power do you have to shape your job? How much influence do you wield on your team?

The answer to both questions is simply, “A lot; quite possibly more than you realize.” The fact is, you have all the power you need to begin reinventing your job to make it more rewarding personally and professionally. Each time that you speak, you shape your job. Like a master artist, you use your own words to paint the canvas of your own job and to lead your own future.

At Management Solutions Group we offer team building and communication workshops that empower you to work with a team to more successful results. These are the tools you need to start reinventing your job. You don’t need to wait for someone else to begin reinventing your own job. Decide today to begin a three week experiment using our tips, and watch for the positive changes in your job.

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What does it take to become an expert?

Workers At Desks In BusyThe recent research shows that it takes about 10 years and 10,000 hours of “Deliberate Practice” with good coaching and a good support system. This is opposed to the idea that it takes innate talent or skill.

This article is based on the “The Making of an Expert” Harvard business review; 1997, Developing Talent in Young People, by Benjamin Bloom, and The Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance, 2006 by Cambridge University Press and edited by K. Anders Ericsson

Background:

The Making of an expert article states that “New research shows that outstanding performance is the product of years of deliberate practice and coaching, not of any innate talent or skill.”

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We review your requirements, then give you a menu of options to meet your budget and schedule.  MSG helps you determine:
  • Goals and objectives
  • Which certifications or standards are applicable
  • What individuals should be involved to tailor your training
  • A time schedule
  • Resources necessary to ensure a successful program launch