About the Author
Margaret Reynolds is the founder and owner of Breakthrough Masters Unlimited, a division of Reynolds Consulting, LLC. Reynolds is a recognized expert at helping middle market companies identify and implement breakthrough growth opportunities which take them to the next level of performance. She began her career at Hallmark Cards, Inc. where she held executive roles of general manager and lead strategic officer. She navigated the transition from corporate executive to startup in 2001 and has learned how to effectively apply her successful growth concepts to businesses of any size and industry. Margaret provides strategic growth engineering to companies that are changing leadership, have plateaued, are preparing for a future transaction or seek scalability as they grow. In addition to consulting, she is a sought after speaker on the subject of business growth. She has offices in Kansas City and Nashville. Read more.
About the Book
In today’s fast-paced market, leaders are experiencing challenges that don’t respond to yesterday’s solutions; long-term customers are buying less, margins are tightening, and the pressure is building. Leaders face more game-changing decisions in a shorter time span. The choices they make at this critical time will either reignite growth or condemn them to business gravity. Reignite provides many pragmatic examples and tools that help executives, managers, and leaders see opportunity through a different lens, so they can discover the profitable connection between market needs and their organization’s unique capabilities.
What Margaret’s Saying
Top Quotes and Stats from the Book.
“Reigniting the business cannot be accomplished without a leader stepping up to eliminate the status quo and lead the organization to a higher set of expectations for itself.”
“Strategy is an inert and passive concept that can only impact performance through application.”
“While strategy can be decided in a board room, it can’t be executed there. One of the most significant and yet untapped assets of every organization is human capital.”