Focus on positive outcomes and continually take the next action of the most important thing. At MyOutDesk, we stress to our clients on continuously improving your operations for continued, optimal results!
If you can’t make that shift, you’ll quit growing – and your business will spend all its energy simply trying to replace churn. As people seek to maintain their livelihoods, it’s up to you to help produce what is needed by the community. You get paid to add value to our customers, clients, vendors, and the people in our communities.
Instilling effective change to keep your business thriving must be adopted at all levels. Here’s how.
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Learn: Bulletproof Systems & Process (MOD Style)
- Document the process (Play-Pause-Do)
- Add it to a system (IT & project management)
- Create a training guide
- Create a presentation about the standard
- Creating change – Name it, Brand it, Wear it, Teach it, Institutionalize it, Reward it.
In today’s global economy, many companies are leveraging talent between both physical and remote employees. To prepare — when your organization implements a new remote work culture or hires a MOD Virtual Professional, they will need to be onboarded and trained like any other employee. At the same time, the team will determine and adapt to best practices, technological tools, and procedures for training a strong blended team.
Document the process (Play-Pause-Do)
Try the Play, Pause, Do Method. This method requires that every standard operating procedure has a video attached alongside all written documentation. What is it exactly? It’s a step-by-step, documentation that outlines each of your processes and what to do when things go awry.
This method is part of crafting your Virtual Playbook. You will be amazed at how efficiently you can bring all employees up-to-speed when you have a play-by-play, documented process.
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Add it to a system (IT & project management)
Use a task assignment & management platform.
There are many services to choose from to help organize tasks and projects. Choose from Slack, Microsoft Teams, Workplace from Facebook, Monday.com, Trello, Asana, and many more.
Here at MyOutDesk, the Monday.com platform has worked well to keep our team organized.
Create a training guide
A standard operating procedure (SOP) is a set of step-by-step instructions compiled by an organization to help workers carry out complex routine operations. SOPs aim to achieve efficiency, quality output and uniformity of performance, while reducing miscommunication and failure to comply with industry regulations.
With any new hire, it is important to have SOPs in place. SOPs ensure that tasks are completely in a uniform manner throughout the organization. Download MyOutDesk’s FREE SOP Guide & Sample here.
Create a presentation about the standard
Use visuals to articulate your messages. Videos and images can greatly improve communication among virtual teams. Visual learning is the most effective training tool. Invest your time right and create video documentation to get your employees up to speed in working uniformly!
Video conference calls are the new (virtual) conference rooms and allow team members to show body language, facial expressions, posture, and hand gestures—all important aspects of communication. A more in-person experience encourages all to have more open communication and build trust.
Best of all — all video meetings can be recorded & used in the future. (You can save your breath a bit. No need to keep repeating yourself!)
Name it, Brand it, Wear it, Teach it, Institutionalize it, Reward it.
The Organizational Change Model is a great framework to bring change into effect and to breathe life into any idea, any concept, any organizational culture change, and procedural change.
Here is the framework we use at MyOutDesk.
Let’s turn your list of ideas into existence. Pass them through this Organizational Change Model framework:
- Name it
- Brand it
- Wear it
- Teach it
- Institutionalize it
- Reward/Recognize it
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Allow an adjustment period and repeat key messages regarding the change intentionally and consistently. By doing so, you will get everyone on the same page. Consistently train and repeat key messages, as well as regularly use effective frameworks like SOPs and Play-Pause-Do!
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Achieve low overhead & high profit for your business during a recession, it takes top & affordable talents from MyOutDesk Virtual Assistants.
MyOutDesk virtual assistant services provide you with the flexibility, scalability, and cost-savings to adapt quickly to today’s changing business & market conditions.
The recession will eventually pass, and so when we come out of this thing, you will be the winner. Here’s a guide for thinking through all the things that you can do right now. Think through all the things missing or needs updating in your business.
Envisioning of a New Reality for Your Business
Simply put, MyOutDesk equips entrepreneurs with tools, strategies, and virtual employees – and when combined, businesses have a competitive edge and find growth while efficient systems and processes are put in place.
MyOutDesk proudly provides additional free business growth guides, books, and strategy calls.
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Did You Know? MyOutDesk’s origin story is set during the last global financial crisis of 2008. Yes, that’s right — our business started by scaling businesses with virtual assistants during a recession! Our first client in 2008 went from five to seventeen VPs with a completely revamped organizational model in short order, and he told MyOutDesk, “Our virtual professionals have shaved $250,000 off our monthly overhead.”