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Your business can’t grow until your whole team knows where the opportunities and impediments lie, what to do about them and who’s accountable.
Measure your results. Try comparing daily or weekly actions against monthly or quarterly goals. What are the weekly sales? Is that on track to meet quarterly goals? How many client meetings need to be set up every week to meet the goals? Using your already established KPI’s are a great way to measure accountability. Establish rewards for when expectations are met. Rewards are a big contributor to the motivation necessary to stick to the plan and should be established right away. What happens when goals are met? Is there recognition at the weekly department meeting? Maybe a bonus at an…Read More
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