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Your Team Needs Your Inspiration

I have discovered that if I am not inspired, it is impossible for me to inspire my team. In fact, if I am not inspired, I find some inspiration before I go around my team.

Your team need your motivation and inspiration. Furthermore, you may not know it, but some employees may even show up because you inspire them to do what they do.

If you want to build a winning team, it is vital that you bring lots of inspiration to the team. Do you have a friend or a family member that you call when you need to be inspired?

If so, I want you to think about how that conversation inspired you and pass it forward, because an inspired team is a winning team, and the inspiration begins at the Top!

If you want to discover what it takes to become an inspirational leader, I want to invite you to join my Inspired Child Care Leaders membership club.

In my new club, you will gain access to weekly inspirational leadership insight, resource links, along with audio coaching episodes.

During the month of February, we are wrapping up our series on how to build a winning team and during the month of march the topic is: Marketing that builds enrollment!

Join the inspiration Today!

Download My Book, The Inspired Business Woman

The Leadership Meeting

“Everything Rises and Falls on Leadership.”- John Maxwell

Your business success is solely dependent on your ability to lead a team or other leaders. In 2017, I took on a second location and at that time, I had two Directors and 20 employees. Back then, I realize that I could not be everywhere at the same time, however, I had two wonderful Directors, that could see what was happening on a daily basis in the facilities.

This is when I decided to do a weekly leadership meeting to stay informed on what was going on in the facilities and I also, utilized Leadership meetings as a way to inspire my Center Directors. I must be quite honest with you, it is one thing to lead yourself and hold yourself accountable, but when it comes to holding others accountable, that’s a whole new ball game.

Do you have a Center Director? Do you have multiple locations? Do you frequently leave someone in charge of your home daycare or center?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, I want to challenge you to hold a weekly Leadership meeting to be sure that your Leaders know what you expect, and it is a great way to set goals together for Business Success!

Here is a Sample Leadership Meeting Agenda:

Date: Time:

Start your meeting with a funny story or Prayer.

List a leadership Quote on the meeting agenda.

Be sure to indicate the date and time of the meeting.


  1. Safe playground practices
  2. Getting prepared for an upcoming licensing visit.
  3. Address Parent concerns.
  4. Our goals for the week.

Look ahead together and discuss upcoming events, etc.

I hope that you are inspired to empower those Leaders around you to assure that your Dream is carried out by Leaders that you took the time to inspire. Also, I want to encourage you to download my Art of Owning a Center Coaching Series or my Book 7 keys to Successfully Managing multiple Locations.

Please take a moment to let me know if you are a Center Owner with one or more Directors on your team. I am working on a membership club for Child Care Leaders.

With your Success in Mind!

Shiketa Morgan

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