Quick Tips From President Don Evans – Embracing the Huddle

Have you ever watched a basketball or football team huddle during a time out? Teams often huddle with the coach to strategize plays with the goal of gaining the advantage over the opposing team. In business, huddles can be informal (think of a morning huddle) or formal, with team members sitting around the table, exchanging ideas, brainstorming, planning, and prioritizing. Regular informal and formal team meetings are essential operational components in a business. Your competition – the opposing team – might not always be visible on the court or the field, but it’s out there nonetheless.

 

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Internal meetings with your teams ensure every individual is consistently set up to win. They also ensure you maintain visibility as the coach willing to lead every team member to those wins. Regular meetings with your team members are essential for recommunicating and fostering the culture you have worked so hard to build and implement in your business. They are also vital for ensuring all team members are fully on board with the business’s mission, vision, and goals. It is important for each team member to feel consistently and genuinely valued, heard, and appreciated, and for each to know and understand how to fulfill the expectations of his or her role.

 

 

Don Evans
Don Evans
don.evans@landopt.com

Don Evans brings a diverse range of experience, leading teams to sustainable growth in manufacturing and service industries. While he began his business life as a corporate lawyer, Don has spent the majority of his career in customer-facing and solutions-focused roles. As President of LandOpt, Don is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations and providing leadership by establishing and implementing long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies. Don began his career in the Green industry at the age of 4, growing up on a 225-acre family farm in Virginia. He holds a bachelor's degree in International Affairs/Economics from George Washington University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia.

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