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The purpose of The Great Workplace 2.0™ is simple: while it is happening, show core changes in great workplaces, so that start-ups, small and mid-size companies, can extract the principles that other companies are discovering. By example, grow in a healthy and sustainable fashion; return to our economy great dividends of revenue, value and innovation.read more →
Most people are not engaged with anything. Nothing of value.read more →
our assumptions often shape our reality …read more →
Your skills/ the skills sought by an employer do matter. They can get you in the door. But in the real world of a decent life and the real world of a productive and stable workforce, the individual’s/ worker’s CHARACTER matters more than all the skills combined. This holds true for the worker and the supervisor. It is a two-way street.
CHARACTER TRAITS (The “Six pillars of character” from Josephson Institute) on which judgments should be made:
Words that further define each of the six pillars include: Conscience, Honor, Reputation, Truth, Commitment, Dependability, Resolves Issues, Your Word, Duty, Consequences, Obligations, Rational Thinker/ Actions.
What does Champion look for in a potential worker’s character?
Have they lived their life mindful of the consequences to others and themselves ...
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Respectfully, all the people who make the products you sell …read more →
To understand the concept of Transparent Integrity in organizations let us draw an analogy through the characters of The Wizard of Oz and Dorothy; The Wizard put on a public face that suited his mission in his mind. It was not the real Wizard. Dorothy had a purpose (and subordinate mission) to return home, but used Intelligent Self Interest and a well founded, non-contrived ethos in her journey to accomplish her purpose: she was open and transparent in her motivations, constantly and rightfully denied what doubters assumed were less heroic motivations, and while needing others to help in her journey, never sublimated nor contrived their interests for hers or hers for theirs. Her companions were put to tests to support their true motivations while in some measure those tests were also a test of Dorothy. Dorothy was not only open about her purpose and mission, but engaged others in ...
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The Great Workplace 2.0 “13 Attributes of Remarkable Organizations” is being used as a practical “Litmus Test” for their core business foundations. Many readers are making changes to their core fundamentals and principles, based upon what they already know, using the book as a guide.read more →