Conduct your own Strategic Review

Airedale Enterprise
22 Apr 20

Take advantage of the opportunities that lay ahead

The course

We want you to take advantage of the opportunities that lay ahead. By ensuring your strategy is relevant and embraces what is to come you will be better prepared to ensure your business succeeds in this changing environment.


Who should attend

Those responsible for the strategic intent of a business regardless of business size.


What to expect

  • How to establish the right environment and the ground rules for the day
  • How to conduct ‘the visioning exercise’ – identifies a shared perspective on where you want to go, one of the critical elements of the strategic review process.
  • Identify the Internal/External factors affecting success – we show you how and equip you with the tools to help
  • Identify where your products/services stand in the market place now and where they are headed and where there are gaps.
  • Summary analysis and prioritisation of initiatives
  • Formulation of the operational plan to achieve your objectives.
  • How to get ‘traction’ in the workplace


The outcome

This half day session establishes the objectives and the framework for a successful strategic review and gives the facilitator the confidence and know-how to ensure successful implementation.

Questions & Answers

Who should attend?

Preferably a leader, this is important when setting the scene for the review.

When should the review take place?

The first review can be a reactive initiative sometimes driven by significant events/factors such as a plateauing or decrease in sales, pending legislation or regulation, or increased or new competitive forces. Moving forward periodic review will be proactive by nature.

Trainer Andy Spencer

Andy is an experienced Company Owner/Director who has held senior positions including Managing Director and Sales and Marketing Director at UK based organizations primarily in ancillary equipment supply to the road transport industry. A strategic thinker, with the energy and drive to make things happen, he has managed sales teams and manufacturing facilities of differing sizes and has always worked hard to create a dynamic and enjoyable environment in which people can thrive. The businesses he has worked in have reflected a consistent record of growth and increased profitability.

Additional Info

The Course will run from 9.30am – 12.30pm. Includes lunch and refreshments.

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