Even the best #business plans will fail without a dedication to consistency. 👇(Read below)
1. Consistency allows for measurement:
Until you have tried something new for a period of time and in a #consistent manner, you can't decide if it works or not. How do you measure effectiveness if what you are #measuring isn't performed consistently?
I typically give new #initiatives, processes, and organizational #structures at least six months before #judging them a success or failure. It's often minor tweaking instead of major overhauls that make the difference.
2. Consistency creates accountability:
I ask my staff to be accountable for their deliverables and goals. They should expect the same in return from my #leadership. I put a priority on making time for and being available to my team. I work to establish #consistent and recurring meetings when a project or aspect of the business requires attention.
The simple fact that there is a set time to report on #progress is often the catalyst that moves an initiative along to a successful end.
3. Consistency establishes your reputation:
#Business growth requires a track record of success. You can't establish a track record if you are constantly shifting gears or trying new #tactics. Many efforts fail before they get to the finish line, but not because the tactic was flawed or #goals weren't clear. The problem is often that the team simply didn't stay the course to achieve the objective.
4. Consistency makes you #relevant:
Your staff and your customers need a predictable flow of information from you. All too often I see businesses, both small and large, adopt a campaign or initiative only to end it before it #gains traction. It's effective to run many advertisements, numerous blog entries, weekly newsletters, or continual process changes throughout a year.
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