This month’s blog comes from TeamTP HQ on the heels of our 2020 Strategy week! We all took the week to do a deep dive in conversations surrounding products, development, growth, company culture and much more! 2019 was a great year for us, we rolled out many new releases, hosted many webinars, attended multiple conferences and grew our team. We all supported participating in the strategy sessions to ensure that 2020 would be just as fruitful!
We reflected and brainstormed on what a successful and positive 2020 will look like for TutorPro as a company, as well as a business team. We all know how easy it is to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of everyday life, both professionally and personally. We really think taking this time to focus on our roadmap for growth in all business areas will be beneficial in the long-term, not only for our team, but for our Client Family Members as well.
Some of the takeaways from our strategy sessions that will help our internal growth are the importance of successful and focused time management, as well as scheduling in another follow up Strategy week mid-year. In addition, to build on our business team engagement, we will each be spending time with other team members, in different departments, to stay in the loop with their business initiatives and quarterly goals.
Claire Revell, our CEO, introduced the idea of “Friday idea day” (aka Fridea, lol!) where each of us will spend one Friday a month exploring a specific business idea of interest to share with the team. We create products for learning and are all SO excited to have this time for our own growth & development! Continued learning is key to growing employees and investing in our team is vital. It’s a great opportunity for research, gaining valuable insight, and our own personal learning.
We were extremely pleased with the results from our strategy week, and look forward to implementing some of the processes and procedures we think will make our organization even stronger as we race into 2020!!
If you get an opportunity, step back and take some time to strategize. We highly recommend it!