Make your New Year's resolution company alignment

Dec 30, 2019 8:00:00 AM / by Sophia de Albuquerque posted in Leadership, millennials, alignment, rentention, employee alignment, Goals

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As the new year approaches, people reflect on their past and plan the changes they want for their future. By this time of the year, new year's resolutions are defined, which are usually promises that will make the upcoming year better than the one that is coming to an end. In two days, we are entering another decade, new business models will emerge, and companies should adapt to these changes while keeping all their employees focused and motivated. To keep up with this new phase while increasing employee engagement, implementing company alignment should be any business top priority for the new year. 

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5 Steps For a Successful Product Launch

Nov 4, 2019 9:30:00 AM / by Tanya Alvarado posted in Goals, Customer

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The period before launch is a critical time in a partnership. Open lines of communication, having a plan, and mutual support are key for a successful launch. Here is a check list of 5 things you should consider during pre-launch.            

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Keep Company Culture Intact as you Grow

Sep 23, 2019 1:00:00 PM / by Tanya Alvarado posted in rentention, employee alignment, Goals

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Great news, your company is growing! Growth is a positive thing but it can be daunting for leadership. How can you make sure that the culture you’ve worked hard to build won’t get lost in the shuffle? Here are some tips to keep all your employees satisfied during times of change!

 

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Alignment by Cascading Goals

May 13, 2019 8:01:00 AM / by Tanya Alvarado posted in Employee Engagement, Leadership, improved communication, employee alignment, Goals

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Cascading goals is the process of setting and linking goals at different levels within a company. The intention is to ensure and maintain the alignment of a company’s objectives and employees’ goals and activities.


At the top, the CEO sets a company-wide goal, then assigns roles or tasks to lower leadership in order to accomplish these goals. As you can assume, these people assign smaller goals to the employees beneath them, and it goes on and on. Although the goals get smaller, they must stay linked to the ultimate, company-wide goal. Employees should always keep in mind what picture their piece of the puzzle is helping put together.

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