Strategy For Your Business
Our Strategy Team is Led by Business Strategist Clive Enever and delivers, clarity and growth for business owners through strategic coaching, online programs and courses.
Whether you’re seeking to increase profits, improve sales results, streamline performance or develop staff, I assist in the ‘spring-boarding’ of business success.
What is strategic coaching?
Think of the sporting greats and behind every champion is a great coach. Consider the stellar students of the world and behind every achiever is a mentor.
So why is business any different?
Just like in sports or studies, having a person with greater insight and experience to assist you in business can be a huge leap towards success.
If you’ve ever thought your business could be more profitable, more efficient, less demanding and more self-sufficient, then a coach is the go-to person to help you achieve these goals and much more.
Strategic Business coaching and mentoring is about taking an enterprise up a notch, expanding its future, of attaining the next goal.
Growth & Clarity Through Strategy
Our proven 10 step system ensures you can understand your client’s deepest needs and articulate your value and sell more, more easily.
Our unbiased view, knowledge and experience will show you the path to your success.
Identifying your true goals and definite chief purpose, we assist in creating a relevant and workable plan which identifies and excludes barriers and most importantly, clearly and simply identifies the key activities which will deliver your desired outcomes.
We do this through:
- Strategic Planning
- Contract Sourcing and Negotiation
- Cashflow Planning
- Forward Business Planning
- Customer and Client Liaison and Negotiation
- Identifying and implementing efficient work practices
- Policy Creation and Implementation
Meet Clive our resident Business Strategist
With more than 30 years’ experience in mentoring small to medium-sized businesses around Australia. Clive works with company owners and their teams to grow their business and achieve goals through startegic coaching.
Clive tailors his proven methodologies and coaching approach to his client’s individual needs to deliver proven business results through tailored high impact mentoring.
Goals are not just the things you want in business but the items you need: time off, the lifestyle you deserve, and the income you require. By setting them, noting them and actively working to make them happen, you allow your business to work for you, and find the strategies to “make it so”.
When it comes to goals, Clive’s are to assist business owners achieve the ever-elusive work life balance that includes financial success. providing career, sales, and business coaching.
Clive shares his business wisdom through a number of self-guided tools and resources for your business.
Business Wisdom resources you will be able tap into are:
The Business Wisdom Deck is a Business Coach in your pocket and inside you will find 50 actionable tips to help you focus on and grow your business.
The Business Wisdom Podcast where Clive shares his inner business wisdom with you. Each episode is packed with his experience to help you grow and develop your own business wisdom
The Business Wisdom Book
Workshops & Events
Both Linda and Clive run workshops and events, in person and online. Their workshops and events are known for being hands-on learning experiences with exercises and implementation as well as knowledge.
Courses & Programs
Through the Enever Group Business Academy Linda and Clive both share their expertise in a range of programs to help you boost your business. Just starting out, or looking to grow and scale, these courses are for you.
Books & Resources
Insights and Tips From Clive
If you’re running a business, a business plan is something that should be up-to-date and available to call on throughout the life of your enterprise.
That said, there are some stages where it will be even more critical than others. So, let’s look at the four stages when a business plan is really needed.
In this Business Wisdom podcast, Business Strategist Clive Enever walks through the five stages of business growth, looking at Harvard’s research on the subject and also outlining how that applies in the true trenches of business.
He discusses each stage, how you know you’ve attained it, and the challenges that ensue, including the key things every business operator needs to have in place once they reach the next step on the ladder.
One of the biggest questions many small business operators ask is when is the right time to start building a team?
After all, a lot of small businesses start out as sole operators or partnerships who perform all the tasks associated with running a business – from customer service to quoting, invoicing, marketing, accounts reconciliation and more.
But as your business enjoys success, chances are you will need to take on additional staff in order to grow.
With a New Year now upon us, chances are you’re looking at your business from a fresh perspective, and pondering where to from here?
If you’re seeking to up the business ante over the year ahead, here are six ways to improve your business in 2022.
Everyone wants to grow their business to a particular level.
Might not want to be the next entrant in the Top 100 – or maybe might want to be that next entrant.
Do you want to grow quickly? Do you want to grow slowly? Do you want to grow at all? Each is a very legitimate question and each requires understanding what that ultimately delivers and how to manage what that delivery is.
To achieve growth there are many things that need to work in unison. They need to be aligned and heading toward the end goal. But to achieve growth all the parts involved need to align with one thing above all the others.
If you’re in small business, there’s every chance you don’t have enough time. Whether that’s every day, or last week, or at random times across a week or a month, there’s a reason for that.
Being in small business often means there is only one person to fill all the roles. And each of the roles can seem that it attracts enough tasks for a full time job. Of course, each task that bobs up “demands” immediate attention.
Why are prospective customers so reluctant? Why are they not stampeding your business with orders? Everyone “needs” this – What is holding them back?
The journey from idea to opening the doors is perhaps the most difficult to get right. Opening the shop before being absolutely clear on all that is needed to be clear on, is a recipe for stress, pain and worry. 65% of businesses fail within the first three years – is that because they are not entirely clear?
You’re in business, you know there will always be questions.
When people are interested in your product or service, they will naturally have questions. But, are you finding that you are being presented with question upon question upon question?
Anyone interested in a product or service, regardless of what that is, will have questions. If they don’t have questions they are not really interested and don’t really want it.
The interesting thing about handling all these questions is this: if you know, really know your product/service and know who you provide it to, and under what conditions you provide it, most of those questions simply do not arise. The customer “knows” you have them covered.