Who can an executive turn to when she or he is seeking an alternative perspective on a business issue?Frequently, Chief Executives find themselves wondering if a particular plan or concept should move forward as is or be altered to avoid unnecessary risks. Combine this with multiple agendas within a typical executive committee competing for resources or power and it is easy to understand how advice from an independent advisor becomes a valuable asset.
CEOs and key executives would benefit from a third party perspective on strategic business situations. Issues like improving customer relations, entering new markets, re-positioning core brands, or creating a high performance culture present real challenges to any executive.
Having a trusted advisor provide an honest and constructive point of view can frequently galvanize the entire leadership team toward a common vision and mission.
An Executive Advisor who brings an unbiased, yet well informed, point of view can be immensely valuable to a leader facing strategic crossroads, dysfunctional teams, or industry headwinds.
Jerry S. Wilson has the experience, aptitude, and attitude that leaders are looking when when they seek helpful insights to tackle complex business challenges. He is an independent advisor who studies the topic, organizes the "confusion," and provides a welcome outside perspective to move inside issues ahead. Importantly, he approaches this responsibility with the level of professionalism and confidentiality that an executive would expect in a trusted advisor.