You want to grow. We can help.
It's that simple.
Axiom specializes in helping teams put together plans for the future and then execute those plans, making sure that results can be measured, usually in the bottom line. We make strategic planning accessible, whether your team has never done it before, or whether you have put it off because the last experience was abysmal. Our process looks like this.
The work that we do
We help teams build plans using one of three strategy models. These plans encompass everything from the mission, vision and values of the company all the way down to priorities for the next 90 days and how each person on the team is going to be held accountable each week.
After the plan is built we work with teams on an ongoing basis to measure performance, troubleshoot problems that hold things up, keep business owners focused and prevent the "Squirrel!" and bright-shiny-object-syndrome distractions that plague so many entrepreneurs.
Measuring performance is a key ingredient of our success with companies, but not everything shows up in the numbers. Our work isn't limited to financial and operational performance. If the human element is missing the most brilliant plans and the most dogged execution will either fail or destroy culture in the process. We work with executives and team leaders to bring out the best in everyone and recognize the differences that contribute to healthy team success.
What our clients are like
$2 -30 million in annual sales. Sometimes smaller, sometimes larger, but this is the norm.
They are growth minded.
They are looking for both new ideas and accountability.
They understand that success and growth ultimately come down to good execution.
What Our Clients Have to Say
Savannah Francis, Founder of Elite Property Research
“I did everything, I mean literally everything. I was up at 3 am. I used to schedule emails to go out at 8 am so that people wouldn’t think that I was out of my mind, because I just couldn’t do it all. And I think working with Axiom really helped me to learn how to let some of it go... I don’t want to say ‘hands off’ because that’s really not what it is. I’m still involved 100%, but I don’t have to be there every day. I can walk away and know that we’ve got certain people in certain places, and the only time when I really need to get my hands dirty and get involved is when it’s a high level situation that I need to approve.”
Doug Poll, Founder of Developing people group and c12 group chair
“As a C12 group chair… I’m using some of those tools I’ve learned to pass along to other business owners… My specialty is not financial, my specialty is not spreadsheets, I don’t enjoy typically looking at spreadsheets and spending time pouring through data, but for me to have a resource now like Axiom, whereas a business owner I can say here is a company I trust.”