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We are responsible for executing the vision of the Business Owner or CEO. If the CEO is the creator, the COO is the executor.

As the Fractional COO we provide expertise to privately-held and rapidly-growing businesses on an outsourced, part-time, or project basis.

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We leverage people, processes, and technology, improve profits, and ignite growth. Our proven system gets results for businesses generating $1m-50m+ in annual revenue.

The Chief Operating Officer (COO) is a senior executive in an organization, typically reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or the President. The COO plays a crucial role in overseeing and managing the day-to-day operations of the company, ensuring that the business runs efficiently and effectively to meet its strategic goals. The specific duties and responsibilities of a COO may vary depending on the organization's size, industry, and structure, but the core role description typically includes the following:

Operations Management: The COO is responsible for the overall management of the company's operational activities. This includes overseeing various departments, such as production, supply chain, logistics, and facilities, to ensure they run smoothly and efficiently.

Strategic Planning: The COO works closely with the CEO and other senior executives to develop and implement the company's strategic plan. They help translate the company's vision and goals into actionable plans and initiatives.

Process Improvement: COOs often focus on improving and optimizing internal processes to enhance productivity and reduce operational costs. This may involve implementing new technologies, streamlining workflows, and identifying areas for efficiency gains.

Resource Allocation: COOs manage and allocate resources, including budgeting, staffing, and capital investments, to support the company's growth and operational needs. They must balance cost-control efforts with the need for investment in critical areas.

Performance Management: The COO is responsible for setting performance metrics and KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) for various departments. They monitor progress toward these goals and take action when performance falls short of expectations.

Risk Management: COOs are tasked with identifying and mitigating operational risks that could impact the company's stability and performance. This may include ensuring compliance with regulations and industry standards.

Cross-Functional Collaboration: COOs collaborate with other C-suite executives, such as the CFO (Chief Financial Officer), CMO (Chief Marketing Officer), and CTO (Chief Technology Officer), to align operations with broader business strategies and objectives.

Crisis Management: In times of crises or unforeseen events, the COO plays a critical role in coordinating the company's response and recovery efforts, ensuring business continuity.

Leadership and Team Development: COOs build and lead strong operational teams, helping employees grow and develop their skills. They establish a positive and efficient organizational culture.

Reporting and Communication: The COO provides regular updates to the CEO and board of directors on operational performance, challenges, and opportunities. They are often responsible for making data-driven recommendations to support decision-making.

Customer Focus: Ensuring that the company delivers high-quality products or services that meet customer expectations is a key aspect of the COO's role. This may involve improving customer service, delivery times, and product quality.

The specific responsibilities of a COO can vary based on the company's industry, size, and strategic priorities. In some organizations, the COO may have a broader set of duties, while in others, they may have a more specialized focus on specific areas like manufacturing or technology. The COO's role is crucial for the efficient and effective operation of a business and for achieving its long-term objectives.

Meet Elona Lopari,

High Level Business Consultant/COO

Elona Lopari is known as the BUSINESS CATALYST, helping elite business owners and organizations become game changers in their field and achieve million dollar + breakthroughs in their business.

She partners with small business owners and corporations to help them create and execute a plan that increases profits, reduces stress, and achieves their desired results. Elona has over 20 years of operational management experience in retail and service based industries.

She is also a Bestselling Author of numerous books and speaks in global stages where she passionately shares her message with the masses as a keynote speaker.

She has been featured in multiple well known publications such as Disrupt, NY Weekly, Business Insider, CEO Weekly, The Business News, Famous Times etc.

As a former Fortune 500 Executive who built and led record-breaking teams in over 20 locations around the US, Elona's programs and consulting encompass billion dollar corporate strategies combined with the speed and agility of the most powerful online marketing strategies of today.

She is the CEO of The Life School where they help Visionary Leaders grow legacy purpose driven businesses through Inner Alignment, Branding, Marketing, Sales and Team so that they can maximize their Impact and Income to do more good in the world.

You can also check out her other books “Connecting the Dots Backwards”, “Purpose Driven Entrepreneurship” Journal “Connecting the Vision Backwards”, Planner “Focus on Purpose” available on Amazon.

She is also a servient community leader and has built an impact driven community of over 30,000 heart led entrepreneur visionaries.

OUR APPROACH

Company Trainings/Workshops

In Person/Virtual 3-6 Hrs

1. Workplace Culture Strategies for Improvement

2. Brand and Influence Strategies

3.Effective Teamwork Development

4.Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace

5. Creating Valuable Customer Experiences

6.Conflict Resolution Strategies for the Workplace

7.Accelerate Mental Toughness in the Workplace

8.Leadership & Communication Development Strategies

9.Business Planning & Value Statement Strategies

10. Stress Reduction Techniques for Work-Life Harmony

OUR CLIENTS SAY IT BEST:

"Our business needed to update our hiring and employee management processes. We were still doing everything via paper with no defined methods in place. Within 5 months, Elona helped us define and implement a clearly written hiring strategy along with installing software to manage it all. We now have confidence to hire and on-board new team members quickly and manage all our HR needs."-

KEVIN KELLEY

President, Acme Logistics

"Elona is a driver who makes things happen and gets things done"-

Elle Singh

President, Walgreens Boots Alliance

"Elona and her team is so passionate and innovative in their approaches. The devision of my company has gone from $2 Mill in Sales to $3 Mill in 6 short months.

Bill Evans

Director, Amazon

GETTING STARTED

If your business could benefit from high-level experienced leadership, on an affordable basis, it all begins with a conversation.

  1. Consider which areas of your business require execution and results.

    1. Prepare to take massive action to reach your preferred future.

    2. Set up a free strategy session where we will talk about how our service can achieve the results you're looking for.