With the new year comes resolutions and goals, both in personal and professional settings. One similarity between a personal resolution and a corporate goal is the clarity needed in defining the objective.
We are immensely thankful for our relationships with our clients, our connections within our communities, and the passion our employee-owners have for making positive, personal impacts.
Due to the whirlwind of daily activity we face, we frequently underachieve at remembering to thank people for the impacts they make on us.
Everyone has an equal amount of time in a day; yet, in our whirlwind of work, multiple requirements tug at our attention to get their share of our time.
Reframing your opening question shows that you are interested and willing to have a conversation rather than just exchanging pleasantries.
The responsibility of helping people pursue a common goal creates constant opportunities for uncertainty and self-reflection.
In a team built on trust, team members are deliberate to understand the intention of others before judging their actions.
The increase in remote working makes the establishment and maintenance of trust uniquely different than it has been in the past.
The gap created without a correlation between technology and business strategy could dilute the positive impacts technology can have on your business.
Assessing the capacity and performance of the people on a team can lead to mutual benefit for team members and the organization.