HELPING ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP TEAMS
THINK DIFFERENTLY ABOUT GROWTH

HELPING ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP TEAMS
THINK DIFFERENTLY ABOUT GROWTH

HELPING ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP TEAMS
THINK DIFFERENTLY ABOUT GROWTH

HELPING ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP TEAMS
THINK DIFFERENTLY ABOUT GROWTH

HELPING ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP TEAMS
THINK DIFFERENTLY ABOUT GROWTH

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You’re the head of a company

but you’re stuck running the day-to-day operation…

You realize that grappling with over 100 issues regularly isn’t moving you forward. You need a new way to think about scaling your company in a proven and healthy way.

Helm works with entrepreneurial leadership teams to get un-stuck and strengthen their company with the proven tools of The Entrepreneurial Operating System®

We can help

Over 5,500 CEOs and their companies have implemented the tools of this system to:

Get the right people in the right seats
Smoke out issues and solve them at the root
Align your team around a shared vision
See simple data on your critical success drivers
Structure meetings for maximum trust and results
Systematize your business for consistency, profit and scale

Helm is unique

We implement a system consisting of tools, principles, and methodologies that over 95% of CEOs and their companies rate higher than 9 out of 10. We facilitate a series of sessions during which your leadership team learns tools that create a new paradigm for doing business day-to-day, moment-to-moment.

Welcome to Helm

Josh Klenoff, Founder

Watch our Scaling Up Training

Breaking Through to the Next Level

How successful are you?

How successful are you? Success is a feeling. Which means ultimately, only you can truly decide

Why don’t we define success for ourselves?

When was the last time you asked what really would make you happy?

How can you solve your challenges so they never return?

Your success as a company is proportionate to your ability to solve challenges.

Why are we better at solving other people’s challenges?

Why do we as companies tend to suck when it comes to solving our biggest challenges?