Play to the strengths of each of your team members during this year’s business planning process.


As you tackle the business planning process for the year, there are some fundamental personalities differences that you need to keep in mind to make the process as efficient and effective as possible. In a series of posts over the next few weeks, I’ll review the preferences, strengths and challenges for each of 4 workplace personalities. The key areas considered are:


1. Preparation for the business planning meeting.

2. The business planning meeting itself.

3. Development of strategies and action plans.

4. Ongoing management of the business plan.


For large organizations the information will focus on understanding the different approaches. By understanding each team member’s workplace personality roles and responsibilities can be assigned that let each team member demonstrate their skills. By dividing responsibilities along workplace personality guidelines it will also make the process more enjoyable by allowing individuals to play to their strengths. For smaller organizations a review of the different strengths each personality can bring will allow you to reflect on approaches that are not present on your team, allowing you to challenge the group to ensure all approaches are considered, ensuring the plan is more comprehensive.


Lynn

Team Building Enthusiast