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10 Reasons Your Business Needs External Advisors

10 Reasons Your Business Needs External Advisors | SEO, Search, Social | Scoop.it

Far too many business owners baulk at the perceived costs of engaging external advisors to assist them to improve the performance of their businesses.

 

In the long run, this reluctance to invest in external advice generally proves detrimental, to the profitability and sustainability, of their businesses.

 

As a questionable but understandable cost saving measure, many owners of established businesses tend to rely on web-based information sites or Government Small Business sites in preference to engaging external advisors.

 

Whilst accessing free advice from reputable online sites is a step in the right direction, the main problem with this approach is that often, the key link between the advice offered and the skills available in the relevant business to successfully apply the advice, is missing.

 

Sometimes, less experienced business owners, access information from sites where the business information on offer is not only of poor quality but is often wrong, and acting upon such advice, can create additional problems.

 

The other aspect which limits the value of free online advice is the assumptions made by the business owners or their managers, as to the actual problem that they are seeking information to help them to resolve.

 

It is often the case, that a symptom of a problem is being addressed, where a more complete, focussed and analytical investigation by an experienced external advisor, would establish the real underlying problem, one that must be resolved before the business can move forward.

 

Aligned to the perceived cost of external advisors being a barrier to greater engagement between businesses and external advisors, is a poor understanding by many businesses of the benefits that external advisors bring to any assignment, and the real return on investment that building a short term or ongoing relationship with an external advisor, can provide.

 

The real benefits that external advisors bring to any business which has the foresight to engage them include;

 

1) Fresh and different perspectives

 

External advisors are usually very experienced, well qualified, and through interacting with numerous businesses in a variety of industries over many years, they can look at your business from multiple perspectives, as distinct from your own limited perspective.

 

2) Unbiased viewpoint

 

An external advisor is independent, unaligned to prevailing points of view within a business, and can call it exactly as they see it, usually without fear or favour. They are able to resist filtering information via the cultural bias of the prevailing culture, and as such, can readily spot the obvious.

 

3) Greater and often more up to date expertise

 

Good external advisors generally hold relevant business related tertiary qualifications, are usually continuous learners, and generally hold memberships of relevant professional bodies that assist them to stay up to date with current business thinking, and relevant technological advances.

 

4) Broader experience base

 

External advisors in general, work from a base of extensive experience, often across many industries, and most have held senior positions in listed and unlisted companies, as well as private companies, before becoming business advisors. They also come with an extensive base of contacts that they can draw upon depending on the situations they encounter.

 

5) Time management

 

Your time is vital, and the more of it you can spend on areas which utilise your strengths, the better off your business will be for this focus. An external advisor, by focussing on what they do best, will complete assignments much faster that you can, and the results they deliver will usually be time effective in implementation, thereby saving you even more valuable time.

 

6) Level of analytical skills

 

To survive in the business world, analytical skills of a high order are a pre-requisite for any professional business advisor. The skill to ask the right questions, of the right people, and analyse the information provided, before making recommendations or assisting to rectify a problem, is a skill not easily, or quickly, attained.

 

7) Add more weight to management change initiatives

 

Any management team attempting to introduce change initiatives, will find that support for the changes in the form of well justified recommendations coming from an external advisor, will assist greatly in selling those changes into the rest of the business.

 

8) Transference of skills and methodologies

 

External advisors undertaking assignments in any business will interact with key employees, who will observe both the skills displayed by the external advisor, and the methodologies they utilise as they proceed.

 

9) Stakeholder evidence of your mindset

 

All businesses have stakeholders and whether they are shareholders, vendors, suppliers, customers, clients or employees, they will notice the engagement of external advisors. The mindset of a business owner or manager who is willing to engage external advisors, is different than that of someone unwilling to do so, and engaging external advisors is a clear and positive mindset indication.

 

10) Profitability enhancement

 

To build a successful reputation, leading to future engagements, an external advisor is very conscious of the need to deliver tangible and measurable outcomes. As a consequence, the usual outcome of the involvement of an external advisor, are changes which once bedded down, positively impact on bottom line performance.

 

Clearly understanding the range of benefits that an external advisor can bring to a business, allows a business owner to conduct a more balanced assessment of the potential return on investment available, from engaging a suitable external advisor.

 

In most cases, a balanced assessment will establish that the returns on offer will fully justify a business owner’s decision, to advance down the path of engaging an external advisor.


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10 Reasons Your Business Needs External Advisors

10 Reasons Your Business Needs External Advisors | SEO, Search, Social | Scoop.it

Far too many business owners baulk at the perceived costs of engaging external advisors to assist them to improve the performance of their businesses.

 

In the long run, this reluctance to invest in external advice generally proves detrimental, to the profitability and sustainability, of their businesses.

 

As a questionable but understandable cost saving measure, many owners of established businesses tend to rely on web-based information sites or Government Small Business sites in preference to engaging external advisors.

 

Whilst accessing free advice from reputable online sites is a step in the right direction, the main problem with this approach is that often, the key link between the advice offered and the skills available in the relevant business to successfully apply the advice, is missing.

 

Sometimes, less experienced business owners, access information from sites where the business information on offer is not only of poor quality but is often wrong, and acting upon such advice, can create additional problems.

 

The other aspect which limits the value of free online advice is the assumptions made by the business owners or their managers, as to the actual problem that they are seeking information to help them to resolve.

 

It is often the case, that a symptom of a problem is being addressed, where a more complete, focussed and analytical investigation by an experienced external advisor, would establish the real underlying problem, one that must be resolved before the business can move forward.

 

Aligned to the perceived cost of external advisors being a barrier to greater engagement between businesses and external advisors, is a poor understanding by many businesses of the benefits that external advisors bring to any assignment, and the real return on investment that building a short term or ongoing relationship with an external advisor, can provide.

 

The real benefits that external advisors bring to any business which has the foresight to engage them include;

 

1) Fresh and different perspectives

 

External advisors are usually very experienced, well qualified, and through interacting with numerous businesses in a variety of industries over many years, they can look at your business from multiple perspectives, as distinct from your own limited perspective.

 

2) Unbiased viewpoint

 

An external advisor is independent, unaligned to prevailing points of view within a business, and can call it exactly as they see it, usually without fear or favour. They are able to resist filtering information via the cultural bias of the prevailing culture, and as such, can readily spot the obvious.

 

3) Greater and often more up to date expertise

 

Good external advisors generally hold relevant business related tertiary qualifications, are usually continuous learners, and generally hold memberships of relevant professional bodies that assist them to stay up to date with current business thinking, and relevant technological advances.

 

4) Broader experience base

 

External advisors in general, work from a base of extensive experience, often across many industries, and most have held senior positions in listed and unlisted companies, as well as private companies, before becoming business advisors. They also come with an extensive base of contacts that they can draw upon depending on the situations they encounter.

 

5) Time management

 

Your time is vital, and the more of it you can spend on areas which utilise your strengths, the better off your business will be for this focus. An external advisor, by focussing on what they do best, will complete assignments much faster that you can, and the results they deliver will usually be time effective in implementation, thereby saving you even more valuable time.

 

6) Level of analytical skills

 

To survive in the business world, analytical skills of a high order are a pre-requisite for any professional business advisor. The skill to ask the right questions, of the right people, and analyse the information provided, before making recommendations or assisting to rectify a problem, is a skill not easily, or quickly, attained.

 

7) Add more weight to management change initiatives

 

Any management team attempting to introduce change initiatives, will find that support for the changes in the form of well justified recommendations coming from an external advisor, will assist greatly in selling those changes into the rest of the business.

 

8) Transference of skills and methodologies

 

External advisors undertaking assignments in any business will interact with key employees, who will observe both the skills displayed by the external advisor, and the methodologies they utilise as they proceed.

 

9) Stakeholder evidence of your mindset

 

All businesses have stakeholders and whether they are shareholders, vendors, suppliers, customers, clients or employees, they will notice the engagement of external advisors. The mindset of a business owner or manager who is willing to engage external advisors, is different than that of someone unwilling to do so, and engaging external advisors is a clear and positive mindset indication.

 

10) Profitability enhancement

 

To build a successful reputation, leading to future engagements, an external advisor is very conscious of the need to deliver tangible and measurable outcomes. As a consequence, the usual outcome of the involvement of an external advisor, are changes which once bedded down, positively impact on bottom line performance.

 

Clearly understanding the range of benefits that an external advisor can bring to a business, allows a business owner to conduct a more balanced assessment of the potential return on investment available, from engaging a suitable external advisor.

 

In most cases, a balanced assessment will establish that the returns on offer will fully justify a business owner’s decision, to advance down the path of engaging an external advisor.


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Twitter Now Rolling Out Its Facebook-Like Profile Redesign

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Finally!  It was really needed...

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Current Google+ Local Bugs and Problems Roundup Report

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There are several new Google+ Local bugs ‘bugging’ folks and I have not done a very good job of reporting them individually over at the Local Search Forum as they come up. I’ll try to do a better job of sharing new issues as I become aware of them.

 

But here are a few recent bugs/problems/issues all in one post…


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10 Reasons Your Business Needs External Advisors

10 Reasons Your Business Needs External Advisors | SEO, Search, Social | Scoop.it

Far too many business owners baulk at the perceived costs of engaging external advisors to assist them to improve the performance of their businesses.

 

In the long run, this reluctance to invest in external advice generally proves detrimental, to the profitability and sustainability, of their businesses.

 

As a questionable but understandable cost saving measure, many owners of established businesses tend to rely on web-based information sites or Government Small Business sites in preference to engaging external advisors.

 

Whilst accessing free advice from reputable online sites is a step in the right direction, the main problem with this approach is that often, the key link between the advice offered and the skills available in the relevant business to successfully apply the advice, is missing.

 

Sometimes, less experienced business owners, access information from sites where the business information on offer is not only of poor quality but is often wrong, and acting upon such advice, can create additional problems.

 

The other aspect which limits the value of free online advice is the assumptions made by the business owners or their managers, as to the actual problem that they are seeking information to help them to resolve.

 

It is often the case, that a symptom of a problem is being addressed, where a more complete, focussed and analytical investigation by an experienced external advisor, would establish the real underlying problem, one that must be resolved before the business can move forward.

 

Aligned to the perceived cost of external advisors being a barrier to greater engagement between businesses and external advisors, is a poor understanding by many businesses of the benefits that external advisors bring to any assignment, and the real return on investment that building a short term or ongoing relationship with an external advisor, can provide.

 

The real benefits that external advisors bring to any business which has the foresight to engage them include;

 

1) Fresh and different perspectives

 

External advisors are usually very experienced, well qualified, and through interacting with numerous businesses in a variety of industries over many years, they can look at your business from multiple perspectives, as distinct from your own limited perspective.

 

2) Unbiased viewpoint

 

An external advisor is independent, unaligned to prevailing points of view within a business, and can call it exactly as they see it, usually without fear or favour. They are able to resist filtering information via the cultural bias of the prevailing culture, and as such, can readily spot the obvious.

 

3) Greater and often more up to date expertise

 

Good external advisors generally hold relevant business related tertiary qualifications, are usually continuous learners, and generally hold memberships of relevant professional bodies that assist them to stay up to date with current business thinking, and relevant technological advances.

 

4) Broader experience base

 

External advisors in general, work from a base of extensive experience, often across many industries, and most have held senior positions in listed and unlisted companies, as well as private companies, before becoming business advisors. They also come with an extensive base of contacts that they can draw upon depending on the situations they encounter.

 

5) Time management

 

Your time is vital, and the more of it you can spend on areas which utilise your strengths, the better off your business will be for this focus. An external advisor, by focussing on what they do best, will complete assignments much faster that you can, and the results they deliver will usually be time effective in implementation, thereby saving you even more valuable time.

 

6) Level of analytical skills

 

To survive in the business world, analytical skills of a high order are a pre-requisite for any professional business advisor. The skill to ask the right questions, of the right people, and analyse the information provided, before making recommendations or assisting to rectify a problem, is a skill not easily, or quickly, attained.

 

7) Add more weight to management change initiatives

 

Any management team attempting to introduce change initiatives, will find that support for the changes in the form of well justified recommendations coming from an external advisor, will assist greatly in selling those changes into the rest of the business.

 

8) Transference of skills and methodologies

 

External advisors undertaking assignments in any business will interact with key employees, who will observe both the skills displayed by the external advisor, and the methodologies they utilise as they proceed.

 

9) Stakeholder evidence of your mindset

 

All businesses have stakeholders and whether they are shareholders, vendors, suppliers, customers, clients or employees, they will notice the engagement of external advisors. The mindset of a business owner or manager who is willing to engage external advisors, is different than that of someone unwilling to do so, and engaging external advisors is a clear and positive mindset indication.

 

10) Profitability enhancement

 

To build a successful reputation, leading to future engagements, an external advisor is very conscious of the need to deliver tangible and measurable outcomes. As a consequence, the usual outcome of the involvement of an external advisor, are changes which once bedded down, positively impact on bottom line performance.

 

Clearly understanding the range of benefits that an external advisor can bring to a business, allows a business owner to conduct a more balanced assessment of the potential return on investment available, from engaging a suitable external advisor.

 

In most cases, a balanced assessment will establish that the returns on offer will fully justify a business owner’s decision, to advance down the path of engaging an external advisor.


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Optimizing PDF Files for Search Engines - Business 2 Community

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Target on Social Media – 5 Lessons from One of The World’s Most Successful Retail Brands | Business 2 Community

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Target, America’s third largest retailer, added more than 2 million Facebook fans in the last month alone, making them one of America’s fastest growing (Target on Social Media – 5 Lessons from One of The World’s Most Successful Retail ...
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How to Discover Where You Suck as a Business Owner

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No business owner is perfect. Those who believe they are, suffer from strong delusions, and will sooner or later be blindsided, and ultimately pay a high price for being so delusional.

 

No matter how good we think we might be as business owners, it always pays to obtain second and even third opinions, as to how we are really performing, or being perceived to be performing, as business owners.

 

The key areas to examine in order to determine where you might actually need to improve as a business owner, are in the areas of what type of boss you are, how effective you are in inspiring your employees through your leadership behaviours, and how timely you act in obtaining and allocating the resources necessary for your business to operate efficiently.

 

Bosses come in all shapes, sizes and demeanours. Some are well rounded, others less so. Some are well educated and also well versed in management and leadership theory, whilst others practice their own less informed and often misguided versions. Some are inspirational, whilst others actively work hard at discouraging employee engagement with their businesses. Some provide everything their employees need to operate efficiently and effectively, whilst others run their businesses on the smell of an oily rag, and lag well behind in introducing technological solutions to common operational practices.

 

Regardless of where you think you sit, your judgement is likely to be clouded by your own ego, your perceptions of the world, your level of understanding of changes happening in the environment external to your business, and the nature of your own employees relevant to those employees in other businesses.

 

To get a reality check, and find out conclusively where you need to make improvements in order to become a better business owner, there are a number of approaches you can take and sometimes a combination of different approaches may be in order.

 

The following approaches are some of the more common;

 

1) Seek direct feedback from your immediate reports by asking what they would like to see you do more of, and what they would like to see you do less of, in respect to how you go about your role as a business owner.

 

2) Utilise the services of a mentor to provide guidance as to effective management and leadership behaviours, and to provide feedback as to whether or not your present performance, aligns closely enough to your mentor’s ideal.

 

3) Undertake, with the assistance of a Human Resource professional, a full and formal 360 Review process to get accurate feedback from peers, immediate reports, employees, vendors, key customers and business associates as to how your performance is perceived.

 

4) Engage a business adviser to analyse your business performance to identify areas where improvement in business owner knowledge and skills will be beneficial to the future performance of the business, and to provide an impartial but critical view of what areas of personal improvement as a business owner, require immediate action.

 

5) Undertake formal study to improve your management and leadership knowledge and to learn how much you don’t actually know, and how this lack of knowledge is affecting your performance as a business owner.

 

Once you have a realistic view of the areas in which you are strong, and the areas where improvement will benefit your business, it is then time to act accordingly. Always remember that one snapshot in time, is not the end of such a review process. A good business owner will constantly be reviewing and seeking to continually improve their performance, and that of their business.


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