Guiding Principles That Act As A Team Fence

Guiding Principles Act As A Fence

Imagine a fence around your business. It keeps people out and protects the people within. As I build our team at Propel, my goal is to use guiding principles that act as a team fence to ensure quality and alignment are secure before moving forward.

What guiding principles do you have in place that allow you to say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to professionals who cross your path looking for work?

For me and Propel, choosing to work with professionals who share the values that are important to us provides the boundary of expectation and honor. This allows me to observe how applicants demonstrate their service and business approach before entering my trusted team.

What guiding principles are important to you?

Some of ours include, but are not limited to: underpromising and overdelivering, excellent communication, high standards, friendliness, availability, meeting deadlines, exceeding expectations, attention to detail, and more…

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Jamie Teasdale

Jamie Teasdale founded Propel Businessworks, a small business development company, in 2009. Since then, she has been lending insight and creativity to businesses all over the U.S., giving them the tools they need to plan, promote, and prosper.

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