In my first career as a college basketball coach I developed and fine tuned a set of enduring principles that guided me as a coach and set the tone of expectations for the team. I honed these principles over the years and reaffirmed them with myself and the team reguarly. Having explicitly stated principles in place, we all performed at a higher level. They definitely contributed to our overall success.
Have you ever the phrase ”An overnight sensation 10 years in the making”? In our world we come across many organizations, teams and individuals that this adage applies to. What they share is an unwavering commitment to preparation that is linked directly to performance.
You know what your team needs: confidence, clarity and focus. These three important elements of your organizational development help employees to understand the organization’s goals and develop the skills to accomplish them.