“It is like a mustard seed, which is the smallest seed you plant in the ground. Yet when planted, it grows and becomes the largest of all garden plants, with such big branches that the birds of the air can perch in its shade.”
Regardless of what your organization or company does or makes, it’s your people who make you stand out from your competition. If you choose and train your people well and lead them with respect and trust, you can successful.
Good relationships are the foundation of any successful organization. Strong internal relationships are the result of intentional leadership. Those relationships require daily attention from the time someone joins your company to the time they leave. It’s not always about sweeping change but small initiatives intentionally implemented with everyone’s best interests in mind.
You know your business and your people best. However, at times, being too close to a problem can hinder progress. If you are at the point where you feel an outside perspective would shed some light on your challenges, how can I help?
Small changes can yield big results. But they require choice, commitment and cooperation to be successful. Browse my posts to learn more about my approach to relational and organizational challenges in the workplace or feel free to call and chat about any issues you’d like to address.
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