Our biggest client insights about maximizing tax credits have come from dynamic group meetings and brainstorms. When you sit down and talk about what you are doing as a company, you can learn a lot about what is going on in different areas of the company. This allows you to then share ideas with each other.
Regular discovery and brainstorming meetings serve two purposes. The first is centered around relationships and the second is centered around intelligence. The goal is to find, improve, and implement processes that fit with the team and the organization’s culture.
There should be two components of your group meeting:
- Relationship Review. Discover where the team morale stands. What’s working? What’s not working?
- Reporting Review. Dig into the processes and understand what needs to improve. Should you implement new processes?
When was the last time you had an effective group meeting? It may be time to get one on the calendar today. Sterling Moore Jersey