Our executive coaching strategy to simplify your business goals relies on Occam’s Razor principle: created by William of Occam (or Ockham), which emphasizes that entities must not become multiplied beyond what is necessary.
Simply put, we must clarify issues and create concise solutions to maintain optimal business functionality. Our motto is to keep everything simple! Define a goal as clearly as possible, and then develop an easy solution with the smallest amount of steps and resources involved.
How to Effectively Problem Solve
To effectively solve a problem, conduct a breakdown of the problem using straightforward terms for easy comprehension!
How to Effectively Make Changes
One of our clients used Occam’s Razor Principle to cut the lengthiness of his contract law agreements. After consulting with his clients and pinpointing significant risks that were a cause for concern, he drafted shorter agreements focusing on only those issues. By simplifying his services, he made them more palpable to his clients and stopped losing clients!
Goal Achievement Made Simple
If your goals are still too vague to understand, there is another way to simplify the process. We utilize the GOSPA method.
With this method, you should be able to pinpoint the core components of your goals. They should be tangible: vague goals are elusive and are more difficult to achieve because the results you are looking for are undefined.
Setting Smart Goals
We also regularly refer to the SMART method to establish a properly-stated goal.
- Specific – your goal should be clear and concise.
- Measurable – your goal must be quantifiable and benchmark your progress.
- Aligned – your goal should be in alignment with your values.
- Realistic – your goal should be tangible.
- Timebound – you should have a deadline to reach your goal to maintain accountability and track your progress.
How to Set Objectives
Objectives are generally mini-goals for the achievement of your long-term goals. Record your objectives to create more tangibility in the pursuit of accomplishing your goals.
How to Craft Strategies
An excellent strategy will be simple to define, comprehend, and execute. This strategy will also utilize the skills and resources already available to you. Finally, it should be practical!
How to Plan
What gets planned gets done: create specific deadlines and state who is responsible for implementing the strategy.
How to Take Action
Follow the plan, track progress, and be persistent but remain adaptable to changes.
Make sure to avoid adding unnecessary complexity and steps! You should also not use more resources than you need.
To receive customized executive coaching to solidify your goals and optimize your business, contact Business and Executive Coach of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Kerrie Hoffman! Reach her by calling 1-262-290-0650, emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org, or taking the Executive Leadership Score assessment!