1) Owner & partner(s) want to set their partnership up to function well with FOR THE LONG RUN (past the “Honeymoon Phase” of partnership
2) Owner & partner already experiencing power struggles or inequities in how each brings revenues into the company (or other partnership conflicts) and need to deal with this conflict before it “blows up” or ends up in an expensive battle in court
3) Owner/C-Level Executive/Director at risk of losing good staff &/or productivity due to high stress projects (for example, expansion or down-sizing) or conflict in the workplace
4) Employers or supervisors not managing high anxiety in the work system well enough to maintain staffing & productivity
5) Over-functioning leading to burn-out (for example, using workaholism to self-medicate, cope with lack-of-trust issues --or suffering from over-functioning which is actually resulting in under-earning)
6) Owner’s “marriage” to business draining energy and vitality out of marriage & family, resulting in irritability creating poorer relationships in the business
7) “Lose-Lose situations" (stuck dilemmas) at work OR a situation where one person “wins” at another’s expense
8) "Trapped" in the business & needing to move on---leave partnership, position business to sell, transition business to family member, buyer, etc.
9) Toxic isolation (or passive-aggressiveness) at the workplace which is adversely affecting important relationships &/or productivity
10) Begining to have medical complaints that are caused by --or exacerbated by-- stress on the job
11) Needing to create AND IMPLEMENT successfully a staff transition plan that supports the new financial & business plan
12) Boredom due to mastery of the job OR in general, need for updating life direction plan (including discovering “good matches” such as which business to buy next or how to plan next dual-career phase with spouse)
13) Due to life circumstances, difficulty in managing the anxiety, stress, and depression that come with being a business owner (Mental Health Therapists are generally weak in the area of understanding business and how to cope with owning a business.)
14) Family-owned business (or closely held corporations)-kinds of relationship problems are becoming serious problems and are NOT going away with time
15) Any relationship dilemma or loyalty bind which threatens your business profitability or ability to lead (or make decisions about) your company.
16) Shifting organizational focus or company “culture” to help the company survive and prosper.
17) Dealing with “splitting” between individuals, departments, or company locations which serves to undermine the business plan, company mission, customer service, or in general a leader’s authority
18) Successful business, but unhappy owner.