Steve has a new method of holding company meetings that have had excellent results bringing his team together and keeping them goal-driven and motivated.
Even though he has been utilising this method for only a month, it has been so successful that he will share the details with you in this episode. It also highlights possible changes that can be made to streamline his systems further.
💡 Each week, set aside a portion of your meeting for Value-Based Accountability. Each person must identify one target, goal or activity that they will complete before the next week’s meeting.
💡The task must be related to your company's core values, and it has to be a SMART goal (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timed).
💡 At the following week's meeting, the success or failure of the task is detailed, and its outcome is discussed. It is crucial to identify the reason behind failures as well as successes.
💡When we state to a group of people that we will complete a task, we are more likely to be held accountable for accomplishing it.
💡 If we share our mistakes, including ourselves as leaders, we can create a culture of continual improvement and turn errors and failures into positive learning opportunities rather than stigmas to be avoided.
💡Week after week, get your staff to rate their success from 1 to 10 so you can measure your people's ability to judge SMART goals.
4:10 – 💬 ‘Discussing my staff's Value-Based Accountability helped us realise that the target chosen was unrealistic to achieve in a week and would involve multiple team members.’
6:46 –💬 ‘It brings the team together in a hive-mind context. When things haven’t worked out, everybody is chipping in to talk about how we could achieve it in the future.’
8:36 –💬 ‘Having your team share their Value-Based Accountability at your weekly company meetings helps them become more realistic about what can be done.
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ABOUT THE HOST
Steve used to be a slave to his business, but when he moved to Sweden in 2015, he was forced to change how he worked. He switched to running his businesses remotely. After totally nailing this concept, he spent his time helping other small business owners do the same. Steve’s been investing in property since 2002, has a degree in Computing, and worked as a doctor in the NHS before quitting to focus full-time on sharing his systems and outsourcing Methodology with the world. He now lives in Sweden and runs his UK-based businesses remotely with the help of his team of Filipino and UK-based Virtual Assistants.
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