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Involve Your Team in Setting Goals

Oct. 1, 2015 | Posted by TAB Winnipeg
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Regular team meetings with employees are needed to ensure that everyone is on the same page and to involve them with setting company goals. Here is a suggested agenda to go through during the meeting to help employees see the big picture and feel empowered to achieve the desired goals.
  • Use Tabenos to develop a Charter for your team’s meetings

  • Make a list of Top 10 reasons Why customers use your product/service

  • Make a list of Top 10 reasons why the company is a good place to work

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  • Identify competitors and your company's SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats).

  • Break down $1 in revenue decreasing by expenses to get down to profit for each $1 of sales.

  • Revisit your company's mission, vision and values

  • Ask employees "What would you do if you were CEO for a day?"

  • Develop an Action Plan to determine Who will do What by When.

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Written by TAB Winnipeg

Kim Christie is the head facilitator of TAB Winnipeg

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