Matthew 25:14-30, a wealthy man distributed talents (monetary resources) to his
three servants and then later requested an update about how they are using
their individual talents. The two servants who doubled their talents were
commended and praised. The master rebuked the servant who neglected to use his
talent effectively. The parable reveals that every person is responsible for
producing meaningful results by using the talents they have been blessed with—both in ministry and the marketplace.
businesses and productive teams are effective when goals are clearly understood, and everyone’s focus is on
delivering successful results. A mid-year checkpoint with your leadership team,
department or supervisor is a fundamental,
yet highly effective practice.
four simple steps when assessing your teams will keep your organization on
is the ideal time to make a mid-year assessment of your team results as there
is still adequate time to shift gears or launch new efforts. Remember that
failure to measure and monitor results is a recipe for failure. Always ask for God’s wisdom
to ensure long-term success!
H. Bennett, MBA, PMP