Through discussion and observation. I will help you to identify specific opportunity spaces for improvement and growth. …
Our three-step workplace efficiency program is designed for startups and owner/operators
Together with your team, we will evaluate a key scenario in you companies workflow. Using the best experts available, your team. We will map out the scenario and uncover critical breakdowns, silos, identify assumptions, and begin to create …
Now that all of our critical breakdowns and opportunities have been identified. We will quickly identify the most critical issues, generate solutions, and prioritize them into testable actions. …
Over two short workshops I will help your team identify potential or actual breakdowns of workflow processes that are sources of pain for end- users or employees. - Matthew Shipp, Emberi Solutions
Whether you're a retailer, manufacturer or service provider, workflow inefficiencies exhaust your staff and frustrate your customers.
I’m Matthew. I have a passion for facilitating process improvement through process mapping, pain points, and opportunity identification by using the most knowledgeable people available to identify challenges and create solutions, your team. I help businesses find their inefficiencies and optimize workflow …
Customers do not come first. Employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of your customers. - Richard Branson
A structured format for teamwork is one of the best ways to get things done and make progress. By using a structured format, we can ensure that all ideas are given equal weight. This can help avoid the problems of groupthink and make sure we look at a lot of different points of view. For teams to work well together, they need to be able to make good decisions. As a facilitator, I’ve learned that it’s important to make sure everyone feels safe and supported. A facilitator can help a team make better decisions and take consistent, daily steps toward reaching its goals.
Have you ever been in a meeting where the point of the idea was to share group ideas and then the two most outspoken members took over pitching their ideas and it just spiraled out of control? There are a few reasons why this might happen. I share my thoughts a discuss two methods to keeping the meeting on track and the ideas flowing.
How can you assess if your team has any skill gaps before diving into a new project? How can you decide if you need to hire a new person to bridge a gap in your team’s skills? Use these 5 methods to help assess your team.