As the speed, uncertainty, and complexity of global markets intensify, leaders must learn to navigate this fast-moving landscape—by keeping their businesses on track amid adaptive change. Leaders must develop the agility to confront uncertain times by engaging the workforce through vision, understanding, and clarity. What will it take to achieve all of this? As part of our brand promise to Inspire Change and Grow Leaders GPS Dairy Consulting has included a leadership blog on our website. Our first year of weekly posts will focus on the basic leadership skills that coaches around the world have indicated to be the most important leadership skills. Each month one of these skills will be addressed by four professional leadership development coaches – one each week. Please visit the blog frequently. Feel free to include other leaders in your organization and tell your friends and colleagues. Grow your skills as a leader and inspire change in your organization.
Evaluating Feeder PerformanceClick to open Evaluating Feeder Performance
Feeders deliver feed every day: they handle the largest cost category of the daily production cost of the dairy. A feeder who is invested in the feeding process is invaluable! Your efforts to keep the feeder engaged in the process of feeding from start to finish will not only provide tools to improve feeder performance but may lead to increased employee satisfaction at the feeding center.
The Thought Process of Implementing TechnologyClick to open The Thought Process of Implementing Technology
In this vlog, Trent talks data, innovation and how we use technology systems to enhance the capabilities of herdsmen to improve general herd health. The thought process for implementing new technology may be similar to master chess players in the fact that we shouldn’t get discouraged by the power of technology. Watch to learn more…
These Five Corn Silage Harvest Errors Occur Too OftenClick to open These Five Corn Silage Harvest Errors Occur Too Often
It’s corn silage harvest season — a short window of time that affects dairy profitability all year long. What can go wrong? Unfortunately, there are many things that can and do go awry on an annual basis. Some are out of our control while others are not. In my experience, here are five corn silage harvest mistakes that happen too often and have a profound negative impact on the crop we’ll feed over the next year.
Do You Even On-Board?Click to open Do You Even On-Board?
Several studies have shown that 20 percent of new employees quit within the first 90 days, putting more weight on a solid on-boarding process. When you are spending the time and money to bring in new employees, it is essential to retain them. A solid on-boarding process can help keep well trained and loyal employees on your dairy operation.
This is Absolutely InsaneClick to open This is Absolutely Insane
I find myself sometimes saying that when thinking about some of the wild ideas I have. However, that’s what it’s all about… DREAMING. At GPS, we often talk about dreaming big as we go along our journeys. How do we dream? How do dreams become big? A reality?