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The Best Decisions For Organizational Health

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We are excited to meet those of you who will be attending the New York State Hospitality and Tourism Association Annual Conference at The Sagamore Resort on April 20th. Corbett & Ross will be on the floor on Monday, and we’re looking forward to talking with you!

We’re always trying to give business owners advice on ways to build a healthier organization. In our last post we highlighted a manager’s tips, and we believe a balance between help from consultants and those on the ground will give you the perspective you need to find success and to drive meaningful change in your organization.

Today we’re going to take you to the classroom for a little taste of one our favorite and most influential leaders in business: author Patrick Lencioni. His recent book, The Advantage, gives great insight on taking control of the decision making process in your business. Check out this quick video:

 

What we like about this video is that it takes you through the employee lifecycle and offers ways to evaluate your current processes in each and every step from hiring to firing or, as Pat adds, from interviewing to looking at how we make decisions.

The leadership of your organization is unique, and that’s why you need to come up with your own model, a customized game plan that implements a strategy for success in your business.   While Human Resources will be a part of the employee life cycle, managers and leaders have to be involved in order to find success.

By taking a look at the six critical questions that create clarity, you will be able to define the most important behaviors of your organization. From there you can develop a strategy that will set you apart from your competitors. Finish your plan with a realistic goal that can be achieved within a year in order to help you measure your success.

Mark your calendars…

May 14th: Our upcoming webinar is just what you need to help create the ideal team environment. Register for free today.

Thanks,

Scott and Julie

Scott Corbett

Scott Corbett

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