5 Reasons Your Team Keeps Dropping the Ball, and How to Address Them If team members are consistently making mistakes or falling short of expectations, take a hard look at your organizational structure, including how employees communicate.
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Muhammad Ali, Tom Brady, Babe Ruth and Michael Jordan are some of the greatest professional athletes the world has ever known, but even these legends occasionally dropped the ball (as it were). It's only natural, then, that your team members will occasionally do the same.
Even the best employees will occasionally miss out on an opportunity to deliver, but, of course, it's especially concerning for management when they keep dropping the ball and impact organizational growth in the process.
If your team has been falling short of expectations with increasing frequency, take a closer look at why. Once you've identified this "why," you can begin building resiliency in your business and increasing its catch rate — by using a few proven tactics.