Employee effectiveness impacts directly the short or long-term goals and aspirations of a company. There is a significant impact when an organization creates and implements a clear and shared vision amongst all team members.
Having a transparent plan helps imprint the seed, however, without accountability, it cannot be achieved. So, to generate traction and growth for your business you need to measure what matters, have difficult conversations, and have the right people doing the right task.
To succeed as a business-owner, no matter what business, it is important to develop a proven process and a growth formula that can foster continued success.
An organization with metrics, a committed team, a niche market, and a good client base, is known to possess high traction given it will generate steadily rising profits.
Success and productivity are directly associated with the productivity of its employees, which derives from culture.
In short, to realize your goals, set higher targets, and obtain the expected traction needed for your business, you need to listen, implement, track, process, hire, and fire when necessary.
So, execution and leadership are key to keeping the team on target and operating towards one vision. Performing with excellence, compassion, and adopting a servant mindset helps leaders guide their teams to maintain focus, hit their goals, and motivate others.
“An organization with metrics, a committed team, a niche market, and a good client base, is known to possess high traction given it will generate steadily rising profits.”-Monica Adwani
Traction has been an essential component of my company’s progressing triumph. To be concise, it is the way in which our company remains on the runway closer and closer to take off towards its vision.
If you are looking to discover ways to keep your team on track here are some of our suggestions:
- Build a strong brand/culture that everyone supports, breath, and promote.
- Involve your team from the initial stages. There is power over autonomy.
- Communicate extensively the way YOUR TEAM wants to be communicated – not YOU!
- Promote accountability with a robust performance weekly based scorecard; it is easier to control the small number.
- Discuss issues openly, where all voices are heard, and solutions are agreed upon.
- Develop Leaders within your organization, they do not need a title, they need responsibility.
- Be a servant to your team!
Once you have secured the right people, built a clear vision, and have a defined structure to identify and resolve issues, then you can create consistency around process and data.
The most important aspect is not to try to do it all at once. Create Annual, Quarterly, and Weekly Goals that will work towards achieving the desired result. Everyone in your organization should have a goal that ties into the Annual Company Goal and that will bring success to the business.
This will drive more engagement, will make everyone’s goal visible, foster accountability, and will save your organization time and money.