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Businesses are like gardens and people within companies are like flowers. Sometimes those carefully sown seeds lie dormant because they lack the appropriate environment for growth. Often they produce shoots but aren’t nourished sufficiently to ensure that their full potential is reached.

Goals are set; targets aren’t met.

Plants that are provided with suitable support and are fed the correct nourishment will continue to blossom and grow.

January is the time for planting seeds and setting new goals for the coming year. As managers, whilst acknowledging that your staff engagement is ever changing will be mindful of developing a more specific coaching and mentoring process through which your co-workers will achieve the company’s goals.

A key part of this process depends on individuals identifying and achieving their personal goals, which in turn will have a positive impact on corporate triumphs, whatever the size of your business.

Now is the time to introduce your employees to a world-leading new system aimed at increasing staff motivation and engagement, improving accountability, reducing the hidden cost of staff retention and avoiding the expense of an ineffective job-holder.

Sandler Training can help you to achieve this through a structured system that teaches SMART goal setting as a means of ensuring both personal and corporate growth.

Sandler Training is an internationally renowned company which has been working with professionals and their teams for 30 years, helping them to develop, execute and achieve their goals.

The Sandler Goal Setting System is designed to address all areas of life so that goals are engaging and work in harmony with each other, thereby accelerating success rates.

If you want to motivate your team, improve staff engagement, reduce staff turnover and implement a new and effective accountability process, contact your local Sandler Training Centre.

Be an intelligent gardener and grow something new!


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