Advisory Board

Discipline to grow and scale

Advisory Board

Bring the discipline of governance to your business

An advisory board creates a system for measuring and managing future performance, gives the owners feedback on the business, and introduces the managers to reporting – essential for a small to medium sized business looking to grow and scale the business.

What is governance?

Governance means thinking about strategic issues, rather than the operational day-to-day running of the business. 

Governance applies to all companies, big and small.

What does an advisory board achieve?

Bring the discipline of governance to your business

  • Formalise strategic discussions
  • Improve performance
  • Have a defined vision for the future of the company
  • Take a big picture view of the business separate from the operations
  • Manage risk
  • Find the right balance between making short-term gains and building long-term success

The Breakthrough Approach

Business Growth assessment
Half day setup session
  • Customise performance dashboard
  • Agree Advisory Board charter
  • Lock in AB calendar (2-3 hours a month)
Strategic plan
Reporting format
  • Dashboard
  • Minutes
  • Strategy
  • MIGs
  • Financials
Action groups
Added value
  • Action Group membership
  • Assist with senior management recruitment interviews
  • Adviser on-call for second opinion (more extensive advisory charged by the hour)

“Having you look in from the outside and, most importantly, identify how to unlock our real potential is infinitely valuable.” – Doug Hanna (Terabyte Interactive)

“The sessions have been invaluable to helping us have the tools to grow our business” – Lloyd Stevenson (Lloyd Stevenson Boat Builders)

“I have learned how other business owners have grown their businesses (sales and profit), their people and improved their own (owners) output through working smarter.” – Mike O’Meegan (G.J Gardner Takanini)

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$30,000+GST a year (paid monthly)

Talk with us about governance

Interested in putting in place an advisory board in your organisation? Please contact us.