The Proactive Leader
How to Build a Proactive Team Culture in your Home Remodeling Company.
While the concept can be simple, the process of building a proactive team culture is usually misunderstood. It takes significantly more organization and structure to nurture this culture. This process takes time and requires a commitment and consistency from everyone in your organization.
Define The Scope of Your Teams’ Responsibilities
In every team there are positions that shape an individual team members’ role. This defines the scope of responsibilities, expectations, and their deliverables to the next team member. They must understand their role and position in supporting other team members and the overall company vision. And by building this understanding, each member can be accountable to their responsibilities and the customers’ experience.
About The Author:
Rick Carroll is a retired military service member and proactive leader with over 25 years of leadership experience mentoring countless teams and individuals. These years of military leadership and management experience give him the leadership, interpersonal and communication skills to assist organizations in their growth. With a keen sense of vision, he is quickly able to assess business positional needs. Often implementing himself into many of these positions, he can identify the need to modify existing or establish new processes to optimize operational production.
He offers workshops and training seminars at the Evolving Enterprises Business Center in Hillsboro; VA. Rick offers fractional COO and PM services. He also continues to train and lead managers towards building a better team.