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Advisory Board

For guidance, problem solving, accountability and growth.

Building a high performance business can be a lonely experience. Leaders are often isolated from like-minded professionals and awareness of industry trends, new ideas and best practice.


A regular advisory board meeting is the most cost-effective way for us to share over 20 year’s of industry success secrets and help your company with important business decisions.

Since 1998,


Navigator Consulting has worked closely with more than 60 recruitment and services business owners to provide this missing link through the facilitation of strategic planning, advisory boards and best practice benchmarking.


Some of the cost effective benefits of an Advisory Board include:


1. Access to experienced specialist expertise not otherwise available within the firm
2. Sharing of personal and professional networks
3. Increased credibility with prospective clients, investors and employees
4. Establishing accountability for individual action and progress
5. Providing a sounding board for new ideas and strategic planning
6. Enhancing the productivity and results of all team members


Key advisory board topics include:


Profitable growth strategies

Owner succession and satisfaction

Focus on what is important

Building a business for income or exit

Expansion into new markets

Competitor activity and response

Marketing strategies that work

Effective new business development tactics

Staff performance management and enhancement

Staff attraction and retention

Leadership and career development

Financial performance versus industry leaders

Benchmarking activities and financials

Quality control in operations

Accountable action planning


If you are feeling a little isolated at the top and could use a regular sounding board, consider establishing an Advisory Board – it could be one of the most valuable investments you make for long term business performance and success.


Five key tips for setting up an Advisory Board


1. Establish the purpose and objectives of the advisory board up front
2. Keep them small and include people that complement your own expertise and make sure they have extensive recruitment industry business growth experience
3. Your advisory board member should have a track record of helping many recruitment companies and not just as speaker at industry events.
4. Schedule regular meetings with a fixed agenda on a monthly basis
5. Look at the cost as a valuable investment which should repay itself many times over.


Navigator Consulting is a Recruitment Industry specialist performance advisory firm founded by former EY management consultant Tony Hall in 1998.


For over 20 years, Tony has owned and managed five agencies and advised many recruitment agency leaders on critical growth, performance and succession issues.


For a no obligation discussion on how we can help you establish a low cost, high impact advisory Board please contact us anytime.


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