I’m not going to talk about backs or cars and proper alignment. Instead, in this “Best Of” episode I’m sharing my 2016 talk with George and Mollie. They’re employees at Menlo Innovations in Ann Arbor and talk about a variety of subjects. The one that stood out to me was the importance of aligning your policies and practices with your vision and purpose.
How can transparency transform you and your organization? Could it help you become a “healing organization”? And it’s been said, I think a million times, how important a clear purpose is for your journey and the health of your organization. In this news update let’s look at (hear) a few things that caught my attention and you may find inspiring as you look to move your company to one that is able to balance profit and the human side of your business. Continue reading Transparency, Healing Organizations, and Purpose
Scott Monette is the founder of 100% Wine. His company was created because he has a son living with disabilities and he saw a need for more job opportunities for people in this population group. My conversation with Scott opened my eyes to my own discriminations and to a need to bring meaningful work to the 53 Million Americans living with disabilities.
Learn how to give your team the information they need to truly become engaged and empowered in this part 2 of 4 with Tom Root. He’s Managing Partner, Zingmerman’s Mail Order and continuous improvement leader and creator of a business maker space called Maker Works in Ann Arbor, MI.
No Question this week – simply buy Shawn’s book, Optimistic Workplace and start working on the worksheets and questions he created at the back.
Notes taken during the editing of the show Continue reading Management Needs to Evolve