Last week Harvester Ed talked about why owners and managers need to hold their people accountable, today he’s explaining how.
Since this is one of the most serious problems with companies, check this out so you can build a culture of accountability in your company.
With this information, you will really be able to Harvest Your Potential.
Harvest Group Partners
The reason I chose Ed was because he’s not a made-up guy. With a lot of the other consultants, there’s a lot of flash and not a lot of substance. Ed’s got such a breadth of knowledge. He’s got every area covered.
Thanks again for the Harvest Way Planning for Profit workbook you sent to us. This plan outline has some great info and we have used it to build our 2013 game plan. With this plan, we will definitely be Planning for Profit!
“I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate the time we spent together and your assessment. It was everything I expected and much more. I have reviewed the areas that need my immediate attention and have a plan in place to make these changes. After earning my degree in landscape contracting and starting my business 15 years ago, I have become stagnant, frustrated, and poor. Since your visit, I have a renewed faith and that little ticklish feeling in the pit of my stomach as I ha… Read more
Ed holds us accountable. The stuff he told us about, we knew we had to do. But now we’re actually doing it because he’s holding us accountable.
After 25 years in business, we hired Bill Arman from the Harvest Group, and he has brought our company to the next level. We made a few key, fundamental changes in the way we operate our landscaping and snow removal business. Three years later we have almost doubled our sales, and we simply have a better business: more organized, efficient and responsive to our clients’ needs.