Strategic Management Partner
A management partner is your personal sparring partner, whose aim is:
- to listen to you,
- ask questions,
- and support you with experience and skills to find solutions.
The moment you need me, I am available to you, providing new perspectives, solutions, and ideas. We work together under a pay-for-access retainer contract.
- both the field of technology
- and product development,
- as well as in areas related to business development, people management and culture.
Who is it for?
Having a personal management partner suits you well if you are a CEO or founder and …
Real-life Management Partnership Success Cases
Defined vision and strategy for a patented product, aiding in the kickstart of its development
Strategic Team Transformation
Redirected a tech CEO’s focus from daily tasks to strategic business activities, enhancing development team autonomy
Mapped team satisfaction and competencies, fostering an internal leader role through systematic mentoring
Resolved team issues related to expectations and behavior, promoting improved communication and teamwork
Addressed process and organizational challenges, resulting in better alignment with business goals.
Guided a company in hiring a CTO, ensuring a strategic and effective hire
Partnered with a startup to define their MVP’s scope, initiating its development with a strategic focus
Inside the Monthly Partnership: Elevate Your Business Performance
Management Partner vs Executive Coach
Although a management partner uses coaching tools such as feedback and asking questions, it is not coaching because:
- I am constantly available to you
- Based on my experiences and skills, I help find practical solutions
- I provide guidelines and, if necessary, compile development plans / strategic memos (action plans, strategic choices, process descriptions)
- I participate as an active partner in business processes and meetings (by agreement)
Management partner does not ...
Jaan Saks, CEO at Zlick
Step 1: Free introductory call (60 min)
Step 2: After the introductory call, you can start a one-month pilot collaboration:
- 2x 1h meetings within 1 month
- Availability for solving ongoing issues
Step 3: Sign an NDA and retainer contract for continuous collaboration