Morning Huddles & Staggered Shifts
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Ask any well-running, productive office if they have a morning huddle, and I’m willing to bet most of them (if not all) do.
Why is this meeting so important?
Because this is where you get the team on the same page. This is the time and place to review things that may not go well during the day and plan for them accordingly. This time is your chance to work as a team to fill openings, discuss ways to hit goals, review what is important for that day or week, and get everyone working as one unified team.
Create a Peer Pair
I suggest that the team member that is in the huddle that is the peer to someone who is not in yet, take notes for them.
Print the Schedule
I suggest that they either print the schedule or fill out a form that outlines all the important things about their schedule that day.
Then it is their responsibility to review the notes with the later arriving team member so they are updated on everything that they need to know but missed in the huddle.
Lastly, the two paired team members should have their own mini huddle to allow everyone to start their day with all the information on how the day will run.