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Recognizing that small enterprises typically view consulting services as unaffordable, Cathedral Consulting, LLC is delighted to provide you with cost-efficient services.

  • Financial Systems
    Cathedral Financial Systems Practice helps small and mid-sized business and nonprofit organizations navigate the challenges of developing sound financial...
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  • M&A
    Cathedral's overall approach to increasing value in M&A consulting services includes needs assessment, transaction preparation, potential introduction to funding...
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  • Family Run Business
    Cathedral's Family Run Business Practice supports family owned and operated companies to implement structures and systems that protect the...
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  • Turn-Around
    We assist small businesses in efficiently assessing the company’s current situation and making decisions for going forward regarding the...
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  • Fundraising
    General Fundraising Counsel articulates the language and progress of a nonprofit to generate greater interest in the various sources...
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  • Leasing Competitive Edge
    As a member of Leasing Competitive Edge (LCE), participants receive counsel on growing their company, statistical company comparisons, selling...
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About Us

What We Do

Cathedral Consulting, LLC

Cathedral helps private businesses and nonprofits grow to enhance their strength and value. 

We believe that growth requires a vision for tomorrow as well as an awareness of the needs of today. Our mission is to identify those needs and work alongside our clients to develop affordable and implementable strategies. 

Our experienced advisors walk alongside our clients to provide insights, skill development, and accountability to enable them to better grow and manage their businesses. 

Cathedral Consulting knows that most private businesses and nonprofits have limited capital to spend on professional consultants and it’s critical that our advice makes a difference. 

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Topic of the Month

Business

Strengthening Key Business Relationships

As the year comes to a close it is important to review the relationships that made your company successful in the past twelve months. Customers, vendors, and employees are all likely contributors to your achievements over the past year. As you think about the year that has passed, determine who the best customers, vendors, and employees are and think strategically about your relationships and goals moving forward to 2018. This is an excellent time to express appreciation, which will strengthen the relationship moving into the next year.

This Topic of the Month addresses key business relationships and strategies for building and strengthening customer relationships as well as relationships with employees – recognizing them for their contributions to your business over the past year and looking forward to growing these relationships in the upcoming year.

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Nonprofit

The Nonprofit’s Greatest Asset

The unique value of a nonprofit organization lies in its people. Nonprofit executives and employees bring to the table the combined power of a generous spirit and an unflagging commitment to the cause. The paradox arises in that in order to maximize the effectiveness of this nonprofit spirit, you still need to “run it like a business” to ensure that the organization thrives. Nonprofit executives have much to learn from corporate Human Resource (“HR”) models. So whether you hire an internal HR person, use an external consultant, or do it yourself, you cannot ignore the need to hire, train, develop and retain high performance people. In some ways, “the people question” is more complicated in the nonprofit world because of the role of mission and generosity of spirit. These add extra layers of complexity to the people question.

This Topic of the Month addresses some basic principles that underlie good HR practices, especially as they pertain to nonprofits. Such principles and practices are necessary to ensure the organization’s greatest assets – its employees and volunteers – are effective in accomplishing the nonprofit’s mission.

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