This isn’t a new concept, in fact I have borrowed this from a blog I read this week in a related field of work, but I thought I would start to communicate my 3-2-1 every week.
I want to give you 3 points of reflection on matters relating around our work: then 2 suggestions or questions from others for you to ponder and then 1 highlight of the week.
Communication is easier within a small group of people. Imagine working with 30 people – communicating can be a chore and some ideas might get misconstrued as it gets passed among team members. So, it’s important to keep your project management teams small for easier communication. If you’re working in a 30 member team, form smaller teams of individuals from that group who will be responsible for each part of the project.
Our staff aren’t just experts in their respective fields and sectors. They are accomplished , considered professionals with well rounded commercial experience who have the ability and determination to add value to our client projects.
Sometimes, just sometimes you do things so well that people wont believe it was done by you. Its often that way with Management; when the business goes well, it’s the team, and when it goes poorly, it’s the manager. So much of what a successful Manager does is unseen, and immeasurable; many tiny efforts, and micro-decisions that build to an impactful whole.
TWO SUGGESTIONS OR QUESTIONS
1. Brand personality is integral to customer experience- what visible statement about your product or service can you make to enhance customer interactions?
2. Views into your store or restaurant are key to seeking to draw your customer into your space. What cost effective design decisions and layout can you utilise to best present & visualise your product to ensure you get customers coming into your store or restaurant?
The first week back after Christmas has been mainly office based. My highlight was bringing my dog Rio into work; I and he both get the exercise of walking from home to the office and it’s amazing what a great & calm effect his presence within the office makes on the staff.