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No plan survives first contact with the enemy.

While this saying has its roots in the military, it applies perfectly to your business.

As a business leader, you may be well prepared if a plan doesn’t work, and have alternative ideas you can implement.

But it's easy to lose track of the decisions other people in your business make.

And if they can't get your opinion before they act, mistakes are unavoidable.

Since you can't develop decision making skills overnight, your people need principles to anchor every decision around.

And the most effective way to do this is by setting an example, and reminding your team of your common values every decision has to align with.

In today’s episode, Marc Mears, Chief Operating Officer at Ag State, shares why even short-term plans shouldn’t violate your company’s values, how safety performance can raise your team’s decision making skills, and how to communicate a new strategy to get honest feedback within your organization.

Listen now!

Show highlights include:

  • The counterintuitive way “Safety Culture” encourages your team to take more risks (5:39)
  • The simple, yet difficult way to put an end to wrong decisions out of desperation (7:05)
  • Why your leadership team alone may support a strategy that won't work (and who else you may need to approach to get the right feedback) (16:49)
  • The “Fingerprint” method to adjust your structure for your personnel (without needing to change it too much for every new team member) (21:18)
  • Why agribusiness may be the sturdiest industry to invest in right now (27:28)

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