Advising

Advising

AusInternational Consultancy Management Group is your one stop shop for business development through Advising. We constantly examine what organisations are doing to stay relevant and competitive in this fast-paced world, and which organisations are doing it best. We strategize using smart tools and global resources to understand the implications of every organisational decision.

At AusInternational Consultancy Management Group, we can assist your leadership team formulate long-term goals and plan short term projects. We can help you evaluate projects, staff performance and offer guidance by reviewing your organisations goals and objectives. Other areas we can assist you with include:

1. Project Management
We can assist you in developing, monitoring and reviewing projects. We can also help you with planning new projects and provide project coordination. We play a key role in change management, internal communications and reporting for your organisation's projects. We can identify gaps in your organisation’s rollout and implementation of key projects.
2. Executive Support
We can support your business by managing information exchange and ensure that effective communication occurs across key stakeholders. We support you with 1:1 and group executive coaching, mentoring, training and facilitation to ensure that your executive team are effective and performing at their peak.
3. Leadership
We can assist you to share collective responsibility for delivering organisational objectives, through active engagement and collaboration with your employees at all levels in the organisation. Through our leadership development programs we help you build a high-performance culture and leadership skills among your team that will inspire and empower them. Leadership is a responsibility, an accountability and a commitment and we ensure these skills are implemented throughout your leadership team with maximum results.
4. Performance Improvement Plan
At AusInternational Consultancy Management Group, we can help you with a Performance Improvement Plan which is a document that lists where an employee is falling short and what he can do to improve. For example, the performance action plan may detail skills or training the employee lacks or it could specify how the employee needs to change his/her behaviour. Either way, the PIP will clearly state the steps the employee needs to take to make the necessary improvements.

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