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“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.”
– Maya Angelou
Overwhelmed or underwhelmed?
Feeling that the office is underperforming or that you need a change up?
Work has grown organically and without focus and now what used to serve has become a problem.
Your work is stuck in an uninspiring cycle that you don’t know how to escape.
It’s not uncommon for architectural practices to grow in an unplanned or unexpected way. It’s hard to run a practice, being across everything can be a challenge and there is just so much that can slip between the cracks.
Stop, step back and reconsider what you do and how you do it…
so that you’re able to identify what can be better. Finding focus and strategies to serve your practice.
Commit to a process to reposition the work you do on your practice…
so that you have the time to do the work that brings you joy and energy.
Lean in to making changes…
so that your practice works better and does better work.
Practices that are frustrated by how things are going and want new insights into their practice and actionable plans on how to make it better.
We’ll meet (in person or online). I’ll ask a lot of questions. I’ll listen to what you have to say.
Taking time to consider what’s working, what’s not, what could be better and where to start.
The objective is to develop holistic solutions for your practice. It’s not all about marketing (although it might be a bit about marketing). It’s not all about business development (although it might be bit about business development). It’s not all about leadership (although it might be a bit about leadership). You get the idea? We’ll tackle the issues you’re facing and look at designing small achievable steps to (re)build a better practice.
Book in for a free introductory chat…
I hear you…
I’ve been in the same pickle in architectural practice (too often). We teach what we need to hear and know ourselves.
I’ve spent the last few years learning new skills and working out how they might be best applied to architectural practice. Now I’m sharing that knowledge with architects and continuing to develop better architectural practice, as well as taking the time to learn and coach others from outside of architecture.
As we say in practice…