TOOL: Growth Inflection Point Summary + Self-Evaluation Worksheet

At certain growth inflection points, you must re-evaluate your strategy, systems, structure, and leadership focus. Use this worksheet as a guide to help you determine if you are at an inflection point requiring change or focus on refinement.

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Contact us for this one-page summary of the stages of growth that all contractors must navigate, along with a self-evaluation worksheet. 

The worksheet is a series of 20+ questions that will guide you and your team through discussions to recognize whether you are at inflection point for the business requiring significant decisions about change, or whether you are just navigating through the phases of management team development with a stage of growth simply requiring persistence around continuous improvement

Both conditions can have similar symptoms - but the underlying causes are very different, as are the solutions. 

 

 

 



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