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Latent value in a business can be unlocked, thanks to the intensive Your Business Success group coaching program.
The “powerful“ 12-month business coaching program is being offered for the first time in the Casey Cardinia Region.
Katch Business Solutions and New Era Management Services are certified MAUS business partners that specialise in helping small to medium businesses achieve their full potential.
Behind the program are husband and wife team Tracie and Ken Hanvey, owners of Katch Business Solutions and Peter Smith, owner of New Era Management Services.
The trio specialise in business management, strategy implementation, financial management, brand management and marketing, retail and wholesale strategies, logistics and business systemisation.
They have joined forces to offer the course, which starts in May, to get businesses “re-inspired and re-invigorated“.
“The course is for businesses looking to invest in themselves and their organisation. People who want to take the next step with a program that has evolved over the past 20 years,” Peter said.
“We’re looking at businesses in the small to medium category who have experienced success and are now looking to take it to the next level,” Ken said.
“We’re encouraging owners to bring a key staff member with them. We are trying to attract people who are motivated and want to get their teeth stuck into something substantial.”
The course is limited to 10 businesses per session. Participants will meet for two and half hours each month for structured coursework, mentoring and problem solving.
Individual businesses will develop and identify outcomes, and will be presented with problem solving opportunities and a regular review of their business plan.
“At the end of 12 months, businesses that have successfully completed the program will have developed a detailed strategic plan,” explained Ken.
“They will have done the work around systemising their plan. At the end of it, they are ready to go. They’ve got a plan, they’ve got the tools to measure the plan. These are real, tangible outcomes.”
Participants also have access to the MAUS cloud-based software for up to 10 users.
“There are plenty of business coaches out there,” Tracie said.
“The point of difference is that we have the MAUS platform which gives our clients the tools in a centralised location.”
The course also gives participants the opportunity to network with other businesses, and at the end of 12 months the coaching team offer ongoing mentoring.
For those who can’t sign up for the full 12 months course, a series of half day seminars covering many of the topics covered in the full course are in development. The half day seminars offer one or more of the Your Business Success Group Coaching 7 steps in a smaller, less formal setting where the emphasis is on addressing one off immediate concerns and gaining some quick wins.
Participation for businesses in regional Victoria is offered via webinar.
Ken hopes the program will leave participants with a new-found passion for their business.
“I discovered that when you run your own business, the thing that leaves you quickly is the reason you got into business in the first place, your passion. It just becomes a job. I’d hope we can reinvigorate people. If they could rediscover their passion, I reckon that would be a wonderful outcome.”
“It’s Australian based which is appropriate to the local economy. I believe in it and I know it works,” added Peter.
“It is powerful and it has been tested. It works.”
The Your Business Success group coaching program starts on Tuesday 23 May at Settlers Run Golf Course, Cranbourne South. Contact Ken Hanvey on 0419 526 677 or Peter Smith on 0427 841 096.

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