Integrity Moments - September 19, 2017

 

Team Focused Reviews

My friend, Bobby Albert, previously owned a moving company in Texas. Bobby originally held individual meetings with each department head to review their department’s progress, but became frustrated with the lack of results.

So, Bobby began holding these meetings with all of his department heads present. Bobby discovered that when these department heads had their peers present, their competitive nature drove them to work harder to improve their performance.

These group meetings also created a bond, a sense of unity, and a level of accountability that the individual reviews had never accomplished.

Psalm 133:1 teaches, “How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!”

If you’re looking for ideas to improve your company performance, look for ways to create unity, mutual accountability, and healthy competition.

 

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