Friday QuotesAn archive of the Boretti, Inc. Friday Quotes
Efficiency is gained with customer input: the key to success is engagement.
Setting safety processes with a solid, aligned foundation allows for energy to build and renew the safety process along with the business.
One of the challenges businesses face with safety is productivity disruption and cost: at least that appears to be the common view of most business managers.
Business is about opportunities to succeed, and “invitations” for success usually start by reaching out to build a path or a bridge.
Integrating safety into the process is not the way to go: instead, isolation and dictatorial communication is what works.
The illusion of business is that someone thought of a great idea to make money and within a day, it was a multi-million (or billion) dollar success.
Inspiring for change and support is noble for safety leaders: it’s that drive to improve workplace conditions and create a positive safety culture that attracts leaders to our profession.
Customers identify with why’s, and Safety Professionals know this: to be successful in safety, it is important to lead with the why’s and streamline the how’s in order to get them to buy what you’re selling.
Sometimes the hardest part of leading to success is the start. For businesses, a lot of planning goes into place.
Success and the leadership needed to achieve it often start with a dream and desire to do better. Actually achieving success is connected to opportunity.
To those outside of business ownership, opportunities appear to just present themselves. However, success wanes if that business rests.
Success doesn’t lay in self-sacrifice, it’s found in caring for others while taking care of yourself: your customers can tell.