Thus, although coming from three totally different perspectives, all three of these writers reinforce one another’s conclusions. This makes their findings more credible, and more significant for you as a business leader. To significantly transform performance and results you have to create an environment that makes the best of your people or – more accurately – that allows them to make the best of themselves. For this you need to consider how you are going to create a system or systems that addresses the physical and psychological needs of your people. Both collectively and individually, because every individual matters.
Ron McIntyre's insight:
Another article from my friend Bay Jordan. I totally understand his premise as one that should be part of every companies DNA.
Leaders must encourage their organizations to dance to forms of music yet to be heard. – Warren BennisNothing will make or break the momentum of your organization faster than the collective sum of the attitudes within it.
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