Promises Require Execution and Communication as a Business Owner

Are you dedicated to the mission you have established for your company? Getting your employees on board with it requires trust, communication, and a promise that success can be found through teamwork. However, if you fail to execute on your promises, your employees may see you as an untrustworthy leader. Don’t let this happen. Following through on the mission you have created will help not only your workforce, but your community see your business as reputable.


It is important as a business owner to create a culture of execution as well as trust. This can be done by getting your entire organization on board with the mission as well as learning how to follow through on goals. Here are some tips you can follow to keep your company moving forward based on your promises:

Share your mission and create a vision based on a concrete strategy. If you don’t have these in place, your employees may be lost on which direction to take.
Try assigning your team personalized missions so they can hold themselves accountable for their tasks. This shows you trust them to complete their work.
Communicate your strategy clearly and regularly so everyone is on the same page. Each employee has a role to play, so if they fail on their responsibilities, this could affect everyone’s success. However, if this is based on miscommunication, this is your fault as a leader.
Reward employees for their hard work through recognition. However, don’t make it a competition. Everyone has put in effort for change and success, so celebrate the team win.
Build relationships not only with your clients, but with your team. They are the foundation of your company, so commit to them. Show them you care and promise that you will support them no matter what. This will help create a strong bond of trust.
Treat people like you yourself would wish to be treated. If you treat them poorly, your business will surely crumble
Never ignore or reject people and their ideas. Everyone should be collaborating, so get the creativity flowing by having the team’s input.
Follow-up as quickly as you can. Offer feedback and accept it as well.
As a business owner, you are responsible for many aspects of your organization. So the last thing you want to worry about is the risks you face. At Mancuso-Nowak Insurance Agency, we hope these tip help you not only follow through on your promises, but also protect your employees fully. Having business insurance from us can help you safeguard your investment as well as attract talented, devoted workers. Let us provide you with the level of coverage you deserve!