Show me a business that is highly profitable and I will show you a team of employees behind the business that are clear on the vision, their role in support of the vision, and who demonstrate a level of commitment that far surpasses that of the “average” company. This is what business success is all about.
Business success isn’t built upon a top CEO, a strong executive team or even happy customers (although you need all three to activate and build a profitable business!!). Building a profitable business that sustains over the long term requires committed employees.
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What does commitment look like?
- Employees that show up and want to contribute
- Employees go beyond the restraints of their job description in support of customer needs
- Employees work together in support of achieving the company mission
In this brief video I share a case study of a client who changed how they structured their business in order to build stronger commitment in their employees. The results are astounding and most importantly, what they did is exactly what you can do at zero cost.
To learn more ideas on building commitment in your employees grab a copy of my book Operational Empowerment: Collaborate, Innovate and Engage to Beat the Competition. Send me a copy of your receipt and I’ll send you other resources I’ve created in support of the book.
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