Effective Consulting and Strategic Planning Process

Experienced Business Coaching and Consulting Services


Strategic planning can feel overwhelming. Some organizations avoid it altogether. For others, it is a process that is completed over months or even years, and then a lengthy binder collects dust on the shelf because it is too long, complex, and quickly out-of-date. With our experienced business coaching services, we guide organizations from planning to implementation. 


Untraditional Strategic Planning

Partner2Learn throws the traditional approach out the window. The POISED™ strategic planning process is unlike any other strategic planning process you have experienced. Our team guides your organization in completing the on-site, planning process in approximately 12 hours. (Some pre-work is required). Note: this process can be done remotely through video conferencing technology when needed.

The result is a concise, easy to follow document that is up to 6 pages long for the team to reference in every team meeting.  Do not let the simplicity fool you. The strategic plan provides your long-range plan, along with your 3-year and 1-year objectives to help you reach your goals. Additionally, quarterly goals are reviewed and updated every 90 days and referenced at every meeting.

Benefits of POISED Strategic Planning

Rather than becoming an investment into another binder on the shelf, your strategic plan becomes a useful, dynamic resource that helps guide every decision and keeps everyone on course. We ensure a Strengths-first element of the strategy and provide tools to maximize your implementation effectiveness.

Individuals, teams, and organizations gain immediate clarity with a simple strategic plan. The plan becomes a living document to help teams set the course now for immediate results, as well as being truly prepared to maintain, strive, and thrive in the future. With quarterly goal review, organizations are able to quickly adapt to changing circumstances for greater success.

Are you ready to start the POISED strategic planning process? Or, have questions about it? Let’s talk.