What We Do

Whether it is a startup or a fortune 500 company, every business needs a strong foundation to succeed. Becoming stagnant, declining quality, and decreasing employee morale or productivity are all symptoms of a fragile foundation. Surprisingly for many entrepreneurs, these issues frequently arise during periods of rapid growth. When these problems eventually surface, leaders often draw the wrong conclusions as to what the true problem is.

RedKnight Consulting guides companies towards the root of the problem and works with them to successfully implement long term solutions built on a stronger foundation. When you work with us, you will clearly define your internal brand and make sure the foundation stays strong by having everyone on the same page, humming in harmony, and working towards a shared and understood vision. By implementing some core guidelines, your brand won’t be interpreted differently from person to person creating inconsistencies and problems. It is imperative that all employees, including new hires, understand what your brand is. This is the only way that consumers will know what your company is all about and experience that consistently through all stages of dealing with the business. This is vital to the success of your, or any business.

When we guide you through defining your brand, we cut straight to your core values and company beliefs to make sure they are completely understood and part of the company culture. When everyone is on the same page, it is easier to develop strategies and get things done all while maintaining the core philosophy of your company and presenting it outwards.

We know that not every business is the same, and neither are the best solutions for the challenges they face. At RedKnight Consulting, we work with you to custom tailor a strategy that will work for your brand, your business, your product lifecycle and get you back on the path of success.

"An empowered organization is one in which individuals have the knowledge, skill, desire, and opportunity to personally succeed in a way that leads to collective organizational success."
Stephen Covey