“Growth and comfort
do not co-exist.”

Ginni Rometty, IBM CEO

While each project is different, here’s an idea of the key steps we take to engage in a project together:

  1. Explore our fit

    I think it’s important to start by making sure we will work well together – and actually like working together! This early conversation will tell us a lot about our chemistry and shared expectations, and it will ensure that my capabilities meet the needs of your situation/project.

  2. Collect more background

    Assuming we agree to move ahead, I’ll schedule a separate meeting or call with you and/or your team to gather more details about the project background, scope of work, desired outcomes, timing, and budget (if known).

  3. Provide a project proposal

    With that information in hand, I’ll prepare a customized proposal for your review and consideration. Generally, the proposal includes a written recap of our earlier discussion, an overview of the general communications approach, a description of the activities/steps I recommend, and a clear view of the associated timing and pricing.

  4. Seal the deal

    Once we agree on the proposal, we’ll work together to secure any needed contracts and address administrative needs. Then, we sign on whatever dotted lines are required.

  5. Get started!

    This is when the real fun begins.