Have you expanded to a point where you …

don’t know everyone you employ?

or

need to let others hire for your business?

Herald HR supports you to…

Review and develop culture and values
Identify what stage your business has reached
Review your leadership and the impact it has on your employees

Helping to ensure you are looking after your employees and 

LEAVING YOU TO FOCUS ON RUNNING YOUR BUSINESS


VALUES

Your values tell the world what you’re about; about what matters most. They give your employees a reason for what they do—and your customers a reason to cheer for you.

Running a company without identifying what matters most is like driving without a satnav. You’ll soon be lost.

Herald HR can support you to create a list of core values for your business.

VISION

A one-sentence statement describing the clear and inspirational long-term change, resulting from your business.

This is your desired ‘end-state’ – think of it as your ‘Why’. The purpose, cause, or belief that inspires you to do what you do – and shouldn’t be confused with a mission statement.

Herald HR can guide you to understand, clarify and document your vision statement.

MISSION

A one-sentence statement describing the reason your business exists.

This clarifies what your business does – it can stop ‘mission-creep’ (accepting work that isn’t core to your business) and allows focus – and shouldn’t be confused with a vision statement.

Herald HR can guide you to understand, clarify and document your mission statement.


GOALS

A business can’t move forward without goals. They convert vision into energy, are guided by the mission and help individuals to perform.

But for goals to work, they have to have 7 components – they should be SMARTER:

Specific
Achievable
Meaningful
Relevant
Timed
Evaluated
Readjusted

They should start with your strategic business goals for next quarter, be cascaded to all staff as team and individual goals, be written, shared within the business and focussed on achieving business results.

If you are a Commercial Business, they should be about;

  1. Customer satisfaction
  2. Margin
  3. Market share

 

By putting your employees first

If you are a Non-Profit, then the focus should be about;

  1. Customer satisfaction
  2. Delivery
  3. Partner conversations (or stakeholder engagement – as they tend to be known as)

By putting your employees first

Herald HR can support you to design a process to develop business goals.

Want to be sure you are utilising the best HR practice – Herald HR can diagnose the stage your business has reached or is about to transition into.

Click here for further information about the SME Stage and next steps

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