By Katie Torres
We had a saying at my old job:
"The only thing we're consistent at is being inconsistent."
Every week in our meetings, we discussed the importance of having consistency in our policies and procedures.
And every week after those meetings, it seemed that those conversations had entered in one ear, and gone out the other.
This caused tension between employees and a lower quality of service that our clients received.
It was a hard job.
Every decision was an important one, and in a pinch, sometimes it was difficult to keep in mind what we had discussed in our weekly meetings.
But on weeks when we got it right with consistency, we were never disappointed.
Consistency is the glue that keeps companies together when the going gets tough.
Has your team had trouble reaching some important goals?
Be consistent about meeting together and holding each other accountable for responsibilities.
Have you been wondering how to up your rankings for SEO?
If you don't know how to do anything else, start with consistently putting out content at least once a week. It's the best place to start.
Has it been a struggle to keep information organized and clear due to differing styles of record keeping?
Review your procedures and make sure employees are being consistent in how they keep track of information.
It's a simple solution, yet effective.
We like to be consistently helpful.
What will you be consistent about this week?