Oct 10, 2022
On this week’s episode we have a brand new presentation centred around being SMART.
SMART is an acronym that we use within BizSmart, which stands for Specific, Measurable, Accountable, Realistic and Timebound and is a process by which you set goals and objectives for you, your team and your business.
In this presentation, we explain just what each of the letters stand for and mean. We also look at the benefits of implementing the SMART System in your business; as well as the best way to creating a SMART System plan as part of your scale up journey.
As always, you’ll hear me refer to tools that can help you with the SMART System, and you can get copies of those tools by emailing email@example.com
As well as the presentation, there is also a panel discussion with a range of business owners discussing the place that the SMART System has within their company, and the challenges they’ve found in implementing.
This is an incredibly practical presentation with plenty that you can put into action straight away.
Louise Blunt of BizSmart
Stuart Avis of Audacious Creative
Amy Dyble at ME Financial Services
Ben Murcott from Murcott Energy
Beth Newton from The Development Manager
Bryony Barber from Rippl
Caroline Meredith from Platform81
Charlotte Albutt from Fews Marquees
Claire Hill from Hill HR
Claire Bennett from Hornbeam Workplace Wellbeing
Emma Canning from Cannins Exterior Cleaning
Helen Groves from Food Safety Logic
John Heseltine from Odious Consulting
Jonathan Boxall-Southall from Harlequins Costumes
Matt Busby of The Name Label Company
Miguel de Sousa from Big Cause
Neil Hastings from Hasti-Brokers
Nick Wroe from Platform 81
Noel Kessell from WPA Healthcare Practice
Ray Bower from Adder Bookkeeping
Rhian Jones from Seasonal Soul Home
Robert Gibson from Vanguard Sustainable Transport Solutions
Samantha Wills from Denvic
Simon Baldwin from High House Wealth Management
Steve Harris from Central Finance
Sukhraj Gill from JDP Procurement
Sukjeet Kaur Watts from Roshni