Practice Clarity advises architects on building business with new and existing clients.
We help clarify position, create strategy, claim marketplace, and cultivate relationships that lead to work.
There are a number of management statements that architectural firms develop as tools for leadership to use in managing, motivating, and inspiring employees or groups. These statements help to define and communicate a firmís culture, purpose, and trajectory.
Typically there are four types of statements:
1. Mission Statements
2. Vision Statements
3. Value Statements
4. Position Statements
Position Statements trump all the others. Let's look at the purpose for each and why clarity around position in the marketplace is so critical for architects to lead their firms successfully.Continue >
Join Jean Leathers for this interactive workshop designed to help you craft a first draft of a Position Statement for your architectural firm. You'll focus on defining who you are, what you do, for whom and to what benefit. Continue >