WHY THIS TOPIC:
Having consistent and clear standards for your processes and tasks is critical to being a good leader or manager. Standards aren’t just for operations
WHY THIS TOPIC:
Having consistent and clear standards for your processes and tasks is critical to being a good leader or manager. Standards aren’t just for operations and HR departments, they are crucial to any area of an organization. By setting standards and holding team members accountable, leaders can build trust, strengthen relationships, and maximize team productivity.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
– A framework for setting standards as a leader or manager
– Tips for holding team members accountable for meeting standards
– How to use standards to build trust with your team
THIS MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:
– A leader or manager of any kind
– An HR or Ops professional looking to set standards for quality or performance management
Nick Sarillo is the Founder, and “primary keeper” of the Purpose and Operational Values of Nick’s Pizza & Pub and also, a regular Speaker and Author of “A Slice of the Pie”: How to Build a Big Little Business. From building his own businesses to helping others build and establish a great culture in their own organizations Nick founded and now leads the Trust and Track Institute. He is passionate about community investment, cultivating dynamic cultures of trust, and developing leaders to support organizational purposes and values.
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