Small Business Growth

Builders vs Protectors: Do You Have the Right Ratio?

Every Stage of Growth has an ideal ratio of Builders to Protectors. Builders are those that are focused on creating new ideas, taking on new initiatives and finding new ways to expand revenue and profits. They challenge the way things are done and are very risk-tolerant. Protectors, on the other hand, are cautious, risk-adverse and […]

Real Issues Not Symptoms

Are You Focusing on the Real Issues?

Last week we talked about the 27 Challenges that businesses face. The hardest part of any problem that arises in the workplace is finding the root of the issue. It is incumbent upon you, as a manager, to find out where the true problem lies. Most managers jump straight to blaming people. However, if you’ve […]

Company Growth Profit

Hidden Obstacles to Growth

Every company faces challenges on a daily basis. Some of these challenges are easily identified and some are not. The hidden challenges, the one’s you can’t quite put a name to, are holding your business back. Hidden challenges affect different areas of your organization and may even manifest themselves as a completely different obstacle. These are […]

Small Business Growth

Stages of Growth

The Stages of Growth Process will: Identify your company’s current, most-pressing issues. Provide the staff with a language to better understand and discuss growth as well as the issues that accompany it. Create alignment and commitment with the staff to address the issues as discovered. But what is Stages of Growth? It is a growth […]

Improving Communication

Dynamic Communication

The one thing that can always be improved in any business is communication. No matter what industry you’re in or how long you’ve been in business, communication is never where it should or could be. People are inherently different and communicate in different ways. These differences are key to a well-rounded team, the problem is […]

GROW Model

Innovative Problem Solving with the GROW Model

As a leader it is extremely important not only for you to be able to quickly and efficiently move past major obstacles, but to help others move past them as well. The GROW Model, as developed by Alan Fine, provides a simple framework for doing both. Here we’ll look at how to use it in a coaching situation. […]

Entrepreneur Skills

You Are Not Alone: The Skills Most Entrepreneurs Lack

In a study completed by Target Training International, a supplier to Eure Consulting, Bill J. Bonnstetter, President and CEO, has found that while serial entrepreneurs have a specific set of skills that are more developed than in non-entrepreneurs, they also lack a specific set of skills that are more developed in the average working adult. […]

Eure Consulting Award

Rookies of the Year!

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – February 17, 2014 – TTI Success Insights (TTI SI) has honored the best of the best, notably a father-daughter team from Charlottesville, with its 2014 awards, which were given during a gathering of some of the finest business consultants and coaches from the United States, Canada and 14 other countries. The awards […]

How the Bowl was Won

Super Bowl XLVIII was a blowout. There are no two ways about it. Seattle dominated Denver. Hundreds of sports casters were baffled by Seattle’s incredible performance, they are still shaking their heads trying to figure out how they managed to win so handily, especially against the NFL’s number one offense. The answer is simple, and […]