Presented by Frank Stasiowski, FAIA, Founder, Chairman, and CEO, PSMJ Resources, Inc.

Most AEC firms have a strategic plan… yet most lack the secret ingredient that ensures they achieve full potential. In fact, I can’t tell you how many times I’m asked by the senior executives I’ve been engaged to advise:
“How do we make our plan push our team to hit targets?”
“What can we add to our plan to unite everyone behind a common goal?”
“What’s the big piece we’re missing, like A.I. adoption or untapped markets, that risks leaving us in the dust?”

If any of these questions sound even slightly familiar, do not miss the FREE webinar I am presenting on how to develop a truly visionary strategic plan, or course correct a plan that just not getting it done. Today’s powerful generational, technological, and financial forces changing the AEC industry mean that a boring, incomplete, or weak strategic plan just might put your best employees, clients, and growth opportunities at risk!

In just one hour, I’ll show you how to:

• Craft a compelling AEC firm vision statement.
• Test your firm’s vision to see if it correlates to high performance.
• Develop a compelling strategic plan using my tested and proven “must-haves”
• Design a strategic planning retreat that leaves every participant ready to run through walls to achieve shared goals.
• And much more!

More than 400 AEC firms are blowing through growth target metrics using PSMJ’s strategic planning secrets, the same secrets I will share in this FREE session. Give me an hour of your (very valuable) time and I will bring my candid, no-nonsense yet inspiring insight directly to you. If you are an AEC firm CEO, COO, Principal or Executive who has ever wondered if you can do more to make your strategic plan drive success, let’s get it there!

About your presenter:
Frank Stasiowski, FAIA, Founder, Chairman, and CEO, PSMJ Resources, Inc.

Frank Stasiowski is an advisor to CEOs and other leaders at many of the world’s top architecture and engineering firms. Additionally, he actively serves as an outside director for architectural and engineering firms around the globe, and Frank’s experience includes serving as a director for a publicly-traded, 4,000-person engineering firm.

Frank helps his clients by challenging them to excel and to think differently about their constraints and obstacles. He sees his role as one of guiding firm leaders through a perspective that may not come naturally to them. He views success ultimately as clients not simply following his recommendation, but rather making their own decisions guided by his insight.

Frank is a prolific author, writing hundreds of articles for the Professional Services Management Journal and numerous books intended for architecture and engineering firm leaders, including his best-sellers The Value Pricing Imperative for Design Firms, Impact 2020, and Impact 2030.

As an international speaker to audiences from five to more than 5,000, Frank is well-known for his data-driven (and a bit daring) look into the future of the business of architecture and  engineering. His energetic and down-to-earth speaking style always draws rave reviews.

Among the areas where Frank brings particular expertise as an advisor, facilitator, and speaker are strategic planning, transition planning, and mergers & acquisitions. In addition to his advisory work, Frank spends a significant amount of his time delivering presentations and facilitating meeting discussions, planning retreats, workshops, and training sessions all with the goal of dramatically improving the business performance of A/E/C organizations worldwide.

Frank brings a special understanding and sensitivity to the issues facing design firm executives shaped by more than 40 years he has dedicated to helping design firms succeed.

Frank is an energetic and curious world explorer traveling the globe in search of new ways to inspire professionals to lead our future.

He is a licensed architect with a degree from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, with honors, from Bryant University.