At the same time, team members in stables are often switching. It takes time to work in new team members in a stable.
It takes time to make them confident in the daily routine and think in a way that aligns with the philosophy and principles of the stable.
It takes time to make them remember all the needs for each horse and get to know how to work efficiently with the best systems.
How can a digital stable management app help new team members become comfortable in the daily routine?
How can digital systems make the daily routine and life in the stable more efficient?
And how can working digitally in the stable help new team members take more responsibility at an early stage?
There is no doubt that when people feel more involved and included, they will perform better. But what exactly is including and involving team members in a stable?
In my eyes, it is making all team members aware of the values, principles, missions and goals for the stable as a business.
It is making goals for the team as a whole, and for each team member. It is making sure each team member is aware of the long-run and daily plan for the horses, the stable and the whole team.
When everyone keeps their eyes on the same goal, with the same values and principles, team members will start to work together, instead of just working at the same place.