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The best way to learn what a counseling organization does, how it operates, and what it might accomplish for your Company, is to examine some actual "Case Studies." Following are 4 examples of IML at work with clients. The goals are outlined, the method(s) recommended for achieving these objectives are stated and the methodology is disclosed. Of course, each situation differs somewhat, but IML's approach to problems invariably provides an edge for success. One of the most important ingredients is that a a full team effort is made, but with one specific consultant assigned to be the point person- one who learns from the outset what management seeks to achieve and then follows the plan step by step to its successful conclusion.

Franchise Restaurant
A distraught owner of a 5-store, multiple franchise restaurant organization turned to IML for a necessary "quick fix." The window of opportunity was six months, in which sales had to be increased, significant food cost savings had to be achieved and operations had to be improved substantially. Mission accomplished! Sales were increased by 10% while $160,000 was realized in food cost savings. Actually, the organization was refocused and restructured with a new supervisor in place for long term results. The owner wrote: "Thanks to all of you for the support and help you have given me in moving our business in a direction whereby we can now manage it with effective and cost-efficient systems and processes."

Credit Union
Following their attendance at one of our IML Seminars, we received the following note of appreciation from a client: "Just wanted to thank you for making our car ride home feel more like five minutes than the 45 minutes it actually took. We had so many ideas to kick around from your inspiring seminar! If it was your intention to excite and motivate us, mission accomplished! Thanks again!" Sincerely, Judi, Debbie and Debbie, OCFCU.

Fire District
IML worked with a Long Island-based municipality with an annual budget of $3.5 million per year, five facilities and an 18-person staff. The challenge was to focus on several issues and create direction and a training program required to achieve Opinion Survey results in several categories. In relatively short order, as a result of coaching and individualized training provided to key management, the mission was accomplished. Opinion Surveys reflected an amazing improvement of 25% in Leadership Rating, with a majority of other categories showing significant improvement, as well.

International Franchise Organization
A major U.S. retailer wanted to deeply penetrate the very difficult New York marketplace. Their specific location requirements made the task even more daunting. Affordable real estate, with the size and physical restraints stipulated was sought and located. Within fourteen months, seven locations were "ready to go" and five more were "online." The mission was pronounced "accomplished" when an examination revealed that all requirements, including those of cost, space, marketplace position and constructability were met or exceeded.

A note to those unfamiliar with Inside Mgmt Ltd's dedication: We are mission oriented and as you will recognize from the actual reports listed above, the word "accomplishment" is key to every assignment we undertake. Sometimes the challenge is relatively simple; sometimes it is monumental, but either way if we accept the mission, our clients can be assured of its accomplishment.

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