The KeyneLink Process – Progress Meetings

Strategy execution management, at its core, is clarification of expectations and communication. Regular, ongoing communication is the key to any successful execution management system. Without frequent communication, any execution management system will certainly fail to meet the expectations of the organization.

The KeyneLink Process incorporates monthly progress meetings in order to significantly increase the execution management system’s chances for success in a company. During this ongoing activity, each employee and their manager meets monthly to review the status of goals, primary job responsibilities, core values and the working relationship between the employee and manager.

Research clearly shows that if managers and employees were to talk on a regular basis about how the employee is performing and how the two of them can improve their working relationship it would improve performance across the board. Then, if you document it and talk about goals that are linked back to company’s initiatives, it would improve even more. Regular Progress Meetings help ensure clarification and progress of expectations.

The wisdom from this blog post came from KeyneLink’s strategy-execution manual. The KeyneLink system helps senior leadership deliver faster, better decisions, while building a world-class execution capability throughout their company. More to come!

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Gary Tomlinson
www.gary-tomlinson.com
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About Gary Tomlinson

Gary Tomlinson has been an entrepreneur and business owner for over 40 years. Today he is a leadership consultant and executive coach specializing in executive team alignment and organizational execution.
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