Setting objectives requires making tough choices and addressing realities. Where is your business now? What are its strengths and weaknesses? Where do you want your business to go?
Once you have decided what you want the business to look like, you can draw a roadmap and start setting objectives. Objectives are the mileposts to guide you and your employees on the way to building the business. Objectives are important because they convert visions into clear-cut measurable targets. Employees are very clear as to what they are expected to achieve and when.
Offlimit Communications CEO Jerome Cohen, the strategic team and with our collective brain power, we worked twice harder during those time to seize the opportunity to not just reset the business but to re-shape our future. We will unpack our innovative measures to make sure to thrive as a business and once again position ourselves as market leaders. "We had the obvious choice between suffering or growing"
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With a strong 'can do' culture and a resilient type of mind set, a business and its' employees can only reach greater heights.
"A compelling future is the food on which our souls thrive." - Tony Robbins
What we focus on is what we will feel so if we want to feel safe during times like these, we need to focus on the future. To do so we have to work on a road map and gain clarity on how to action it all as this crisis will pass.
We have to control the meaning of our environment to be able to control our emotions. If we see this situation as the end of it all, there will be very different output emotionally than if we see it and feel it as a new beginning.
Businesses need to focus on what they have (instead of what's missing) asking themselves: "What we can do right now with it?" and that's how you inevitably move faster as a team, evolving for the greatest benefit of the business as a whole.