A solid briefing is at the heart of a well-executed plan.
Well-defined core values can be the glue that binds your farm to the past success while propelling it forward. This is part 2 in a series about using your family and business values in crafting your transition plan.
Your values are the glue that holds the family farm together.
Your farm team is not the Navy Seals but they can achieve the same focus on results with attention to detail.
High functioning teams respect each other and hold each other accountable.
A clear decision coupled with full buy-in is a powerful force at any farm operation.
Conflict is vital for any relationship, whether business or personal, to last. Healthy teams engage in healthy conflict to get the best possible solution in the shortest time.
Low trust farms spend too much time and energy managing the behaviors, politics, etc. There are no shortcuts, but there are a few tools to bring about improvement.
Poorly trained employees end up costing the farm time and money. This 4-step process can assist in properly training new employees.
These principles can have a dramatic impact on the success of your farm, family business harmony, and even your stress. Think about your current team. Is it everything you would like it to be?