At The Karcher Group, we take pride in delivering the highest quality work to our clients every day. It’s not always an easy task to accomplish, but if everything was easy, we wouldn’t be busy, right?
I believe our success in delivering this level of quality (and in making it look easy!) really boils down to one important ingredient: Teamwork.
Teamwork isn’t just something we talk about at TKG; it’s something we consider and adjust for with every project we take on.
The staff at TKG is split up into multiple teams, big and small, in order to accomplish daily tasks. Together, as one large team, we all have the same goal of meeting and exceeding our client’s expectations. Each team member has specific responsibilities as a part of a smaller, specialized team, but no one works in a vacuum. We all share in successes and failures (no one is perfect) as a larger team.
A strong team will have a deep bench, and that is what we have built at TKG. I believe it is vital to our team structure. Redundancy can be a luxury for a small business our size, but our structure allows us to accomplish big things. What we have built enables us to achieve our goals while becoming a trusted partner to our clients.
We strive to be involved at the decision-making level to be able to help our clients make the right choices for their business. We find that our clients truly appreciate this approach, and we strive for it more and more every day. Again, we believe it is successful because it is backed by a strong team with a deep bench.
Having said all this, my intention here was not to try to convince anyone that TKG invented the concept of teamwork. My intention is to give my team – and in fact the whole team here at The Karcher Group – a word of thanks for all their hard work. We will always have room to grow and find ways to improve, but we have built a quality team here that does fantastic work. And this is my opportunity to publicly acknowledge that hard work, and say thanks.