Recalibrating your systems for maximum team effectiveness
Having trained over 2000 people, and running 50+ leadership trainings across Australia, I have seen leaders operating 90% on willpower leaving no time for themselves, their health, their relationships, or their family.
They are busy putting out fires and struggle to increase the productivity and effectiveness of their teams.
One of the main reasons for this is that they haven’t recalibrated their systems for a long time now.
Your systems are the way you do things. They are the procedures that can be replicated to make your life easier and to increase your team’s effectiveness.
We build systems to serve our lives, our teams, and our businesses.
But when these systems start controlling us instead, it’s time to bring our awareness to the centre of the problem.
Setting benchmarks and standards
To improve our systems, our organisations need a standard to compare their performance against.
Otherwise, there’s no way of measuring how far we are from achieving our desired outcomes.
At Apple, Steve Jobs was known for having extremely high standards for himself and his employees.
He was always committed to delivering quality and maintaining a standard of excellence.
Ultimately, setting benchmarks and standards for your organisation will encourage best practices among everyone.
They ensure that steps aren’t missed out.
They provide facts to support leaders in decision-making.
New employees can learn and integrate more quickly.
They are a means for feedback and performance assessment.
As Steve Jobs famously said: “Be a yardstick of quality. Some people aren’t used to an environment where excellence is expected.”
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