Who We Serve
For nearly 30 years Best Year Yet has worked with over 750 companies large and small in every industry. What they
have in common is a fundamental dissatisfaction about their current results and a commitment to take their organization
to the next level. Perhaps some of the following issues are familiar to you:
1 Not achieving the results you need for your business to succeed?
These days the biggest challenge in businesses of all sizes is that people are not rowing in the same direction so little real progress is being made. Over 50% of the time and energy are often wasted on work that isn't contributing to the key needs of the business.
2 Frustrated that your people are not focusing on what matters?
Sometimes it can look as if no one really cares about the fact that your business has to change in order to survive. It's a scary time and you know that the situation is urgent but you're frustrated because you see people spending time in endless meetings that aren't contributing to the bottom line. Or they're discussing problems that are miles from the core issues of your business.
3 Consistently missing your sales targets?
Perhaps you have an excellent product that has been well received by everyone who has purchased it, but your sales team isn't achieving its targets. And you know you're right to be worried because no business can succeed without the income it needs. Too often it seems that your sales people believe that it's OK to give you a reason for failure instead of the result they promised.
4 Unresolved issues sapping your organization's vitality?
Often good businesses fail because the real fundamental issues are not being addressed, often because of a fear of conflict among its leaders and managers. You know what the issues are but too often walk away from meetings disappointed that more superficial problems received all the attention. Outside the meetings politics takes more time than crafting solutions and resolving issues. Others feel the same but all this concern is making little difference. You may feel that it's only a matter of time before these unresolved issues sink the company.
5 Struggling to maintain morale as your workforce shrinks?
Competition in today's ambitious world is getting tougher. It may be that you face the issue of getting more done with fewer people in order to maintain and ideally grow your position in the market. You know you really must downsize but don't know how to motivate your best people sufficiently to keep them on the team while getting rid of others. How can you ensure that they don't believe the ship is sinking and it's time to abandon it?
Are any of these issues familiar to you?