Many consultants have a standard process they use and will squeeze you into that process. At Rose + Porterfield, we see every business – and every individual within that business – as unique. Our own differences give us depth of perspective, and we make a point to understand and appreciate the differences in each of our clients, too.
Discover: We may be people experts, but you’re the expert on your business – so every relationship we have begins with a conversation. And, more often than not, that conversation begins with a question: when it comes to your business, what keeps you up at night?
Diagnose: Once we understand what’s on your mind, we dive even deeper. Your people are your business, so if you’re experiencing organizational or team challenges, we want to get to know them, too. Whether we’re helping develop teams and executives, coaching your company through an employment-related issue, navigating crises or mergers, or providing guidance on hiring and promotion, everything we do comes back to a singular focus: finding the solution that fits your budget, your needs, your goals and most importantly, your people.
Develop: While we’re consultants and psychologists, we don’t bill by the hour – and we don’t try to fit you into someone else’s mold. We’re here to support you and your company (and your people). If you’re facing a challenge, we’ll be right beside you to help you overcome it. And, if you’re already an A, we’ll help you become an A+.
Not sure what you need?
If you’re facing people problems at work, we’re here to help. And if your team is doing great, we can make them even better. If you give us a little information below, we’ll schedule a consultation with up to three members of your leadership team. During this consultation, we can talk about the challenges and goals facing the most critical resource at the heart of your company: your people. If you decide to work with us after your consultation, the cost of the call will be applied to your contract.
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Preparing for succession?
Transferring your business to the next generation of leadership comes with plenty of unique challenges – and when you’re dealing with the legacy of a multi-generational family business, the psychological and emotional complexities become even harder to navigate. Make sure you find the right fit for the next era of your business by using this brief Guide to Choosing the Ideal Successor.