There are different types of relationships in the work setting: manager, peer, vendor, direct reports, etc. And, each relationship has a specific context that creates a unique way of relating.
Being careful about our own emotional state and being mindful of our own stress reactions can go a long way in improving the way we communicate with others.
Most people long for deep and meaningful relationships and yet are ever puzzled as to why they don’t work as well as they should. The missing ingredient, preventing individuals and teams from going deeper, is trust.
Because human beings are open loop creatures (see last week’s principle), communication and connection are essential for proper human function. When organizational leaders fail to communicate in an authentic way, people lack something they need to operate at optimum levels. For those who have learned the secret of being fully present, they enjoy the fruits [...]
Well performing, sustainable firms are those with a healthy culture and people who are motivated to serve, rather than just show up. The most debilitating of all sicknesses is when intra-company relationships turn sour, and conflict is resolved by either abandoning or abusing proper communication protocols. Today’s principle focuses on the only real option if [...]
For genuine employee engagement to occur there must be an underlying culture that meets and satisfies basic human needs.
As many people know I have a very deep passion for cricket. My love of cricket even strongly rivals my passion for the DNA Behavior business. So, why not put the two together? That is what I have done this year by launching the Cricket DNA discovery program [...]