Questions to Ask Yourself
Jump Start Consulting prides itself on meeting the needs of individual clients. There are no magic bullets or one great solution to any problem, as the variables to each situation is unique to the organization. If you are not sure that an educational consultant is appropriate for your organization, please send us an email or call us and we will be glad to provide you with a complimentary assessment of your individual needs. Here are some sample questions to think about when deciding to work with a consultant for your organization.
- How effective is your training to employees and clients?
- Is your training program cost effective?
- When is it appropriate to cut back and/or spend more on training?
- Do my clients/stakeholders expect training?
- Should we outsource training or provide it in-house?
- Do you need a fresh perspective on how well your instruction is meeting the needs of your students?
- How effective is communication between departments/instructors/students?
- Is the culture of your institution/college/department promoting the mission and vision?
- Do you need help exposing the 2 ton guerilla?
- Are your graduation rates where you would like them to be?
- Are you a PI (program improvement) school or district? Do you know how to implement recommendations or how to create a plan to increase student achievement in all subgroups?
- Are you a new principal or superintendant who would like professional leadership coaching or an objective view (strengths, weaknesses, assest, and threats) on your school or district?
- Are you meeting all of your AYP (annual yearly progress) goals in all subgroups?
- Do you have unique PD (professional development) needs?
- Are you interested in becoming a 90/90/90 school and/or district but don’t know how to get there?
- Is the school/district doing all it can to retain their students?
- Does your budget reflect your mission and vision of your school district?
- Are your programs running effectively?
- Are they servicing your clients/stakeholders appropriately?
- Are you meeting your goals?
- Does your organization provide enough education to your clients?
- How effective is the instruction and leadership in the organization?
- Do your grants require a professional independent audit and/or evaluation?