In this post, we begin our three-part series on meetings and seek to change your thinking around meetings and show the true value meetings can create. We'll do this by providing some practical guidelines to make your meetings a real value driver in your business not a time and value drain.
At Envisionable we are on a mission to help small businesses remove the barriers that keep them from realizing their true potential.
A recent Gallup article found that only 50% of all employees “strongly agree that they know what’s expected of them”.
It seems like a common theme. As a business owner you're too busy putting out fires or dealing with the priorities which are right in front of you to stop and plan out your next move.
The fastest growing and most profitable companies perform some type of strategic planning each year which helps them determine what to focus on.
Every company has limited resource which must be maximized in order to be successful. Those resources are focused by converting the strategic plan into goals which drive the company one step closer to achieving their vision.
This blog post is for those dedicated businesses that are actually tracking KPIs (key performance indicators). When I say “tracking” I mean that you have a set of meaningful measurements that you are reviewing with your team on at least a monthly basis. If you’re not doing that, I would encourage you to do so ASAP. If you need help determining which KPIs to track, please contact us and we can help.