Your mentor will guide you through the business development process and offer you specific advice and counsel based on your singular needs. He will hold you accountable to the overall goals of the program, and the specific ones you set for your yourself.
During the course of the program, you will have adequate time with your mentor to air mindset issues, leadership challenges, management concerns, marketing strategies, and financial worries that are immediately present in your business. Though the program is strategic in nature, your mentor will also push you to implement your strategies and new understanding so that the right results are achieved; the results you want to see. At the same time, your mentor will help you through the fires of any current frustrations or challenges that are standing in your way of complete success.
Your mentor is an expert in business development, with a good basis of knowledge in architecture, along with other business professions and disciplines. But more importantly, your mentor is a confidant, an advisor, a sounding board, a committed member of your team who operates through the authority you invest in him.
Like athletes, most great CEOs have a mentor or coach to offer them an outside perspective, valuable feedback and an unbiased view of their development. Your Architecture+Business mentor will support you in thinking through new strategies, implementing new systems and achieving better results in your practice than most architects ever believed possible.