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When I get asked about Vision and Purpose in a business, I believe vision is the ability to create a picture, or visualise, what the business looks like in the future. Purpose is a cousin of and interacts with the vision. I believe it answers the why, (a reason) for the business to exist.
If there is not a clear statement of purpose, the vision may have difficulty converting into actuality. There is less motivation for people to move the business towards the vision.
If there is not clear vision, the direction of the business is more susceptible to fluctuations, to chance and outside factors like today's market conditions.
Radical new dimensions to disrupt and support traditional consulting.
Radical Workplace Transformation emerges from the creation of authentic working relationships.
And like a human body moving in perfect rhythm and balance, produces positive outcomes for your corporate bottom line.
It is important to give people consistent direction in where the enterprise is going. Then the effectiveness of current systems may be examined. And with that understanding people can be encouraged to add their own input.
Mindfulness generates a presence for your business. Radical Change requires presence, awareness and risk taking.
Various techniques and practices are used to encourage focus and intention .
When people are congruent with each other, with the specific business direction and with the systems, work ceases to be a chore.
My expertise is in creating and supporting congruence in the workplace and making it easy to achieve success.
You can’t manage what you don’t measure.
Together we identify what we measure and how to best use the information to achieve sustainable outcomes.
"Active Listening” is the skill to be completely present in the moment, giving your wholehearted attention to listen to someone without judgement, or thoughts about what you want to say next, or how you will respond. When the speaker is complete, the art is to then reflect back to the speaker what you heard and understood them say. This provides a foundation of greater clarity to ‘the problem or concern’. And solutions may be more easily arrived at based on this foundation.
With “Clear Communication” the skill is to wholeheartedly own your feelings around an issue using “I statements” such as I feel... I believe... when I did... when I heard... The idea here is not to blame anyone, but to express how you’re feeling about something with the intention of finding a pathway through ‘the problem’.
Empowering my staff to use these tools resulted in a safer, happier and congruent team of people, who felt heard, appreciated and acknowledged and hence enjoyed working productively together.'
-- RM, Faulconbridge, 10 October 2019.