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  • Writer's pictureReeshemah Davis

What steps can you take to create systems in your organization?

Updated: Sep 1, 2023

One thing that we get asked all the time is, “how can I create systems within my organization?”

It’s pretty common that employees sometimes leave a company due to a lack of structure, verbal chaos, poor time management, and leadership issues. When it comes to a positive, effective, and productive work environment it's important that team members are in sync with work procedures and project expectations, respect each other, and have an outstanding leader who dictates in a proactive and efficient way.

Ask yourself…

  1. What strategies are you using right now and how are these strategies creating an impact on the infrastructure of the organization?

  2. How are you shifting from compliance to nurturing inclusion?

  3. How might you allocate funds to support DEI efforts and staff?

These questions need to be a priority for you right now and if you are having a tough time answering them, you need an Embolden Bold Approach strategy plan today!

What EMBOLDEN Action can do is create order in your organization and here’s how…

…we use our 5-step BOLD Approach which can greatly change how your organization runs so that you can grow your operation successfully.

To find out more, schedule a free consultation with us and we will be happy to share with you how we can create a custom plan that will elevate you personally and professionally.

While you think about what decisions you need to make to create a transformation for yourself and your business, here are some ways you can create order in your organization:

  1. Connect your organization with a mission, values, and purpose.

  2. Set company guidelines and expectations with your team members.

  3. Implement a schedule for all meetings to lessen interruptions.

  4. Create weekly team meetings where employees can ask questions, discuss ideas, and voice department wins.

  5. Build a company culture where staff has time to bond with each other.

  6. Schedule meaningful one-on-one check-in meetings to discuss any issues.

  7. Maintain consistency and transparency when delegating tasks.

These are just a few helpful ways that you can maintain a healthy environment for yourself and your team.

If you are struggling with keeping order in your organization, give us a call and we will help you get clarity on what exact steps you should take to create change.

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