42 Rules for Creating WE. A Hands-On, Practical Approach to by Judith E. Glaser

By Judith E. Glaser

Currently, so much organisations at the present time function in an "I" paradigm. during this area, we preserve ranking – "I'll scratch your again in case you scratch mine." we're taught to manage our wishes and feelings simply because they're destructive—-logic prevails. we're punished for making blunders and we cover our ideas for worry of wasting our energy or prestige. In a WE paradigm, issues are different.

'42 principles for growing WE (2nd Edition)' bargains new insights from proposal leaders in neuroscience, organizational improvement, and model process, introducing groundbreaking practices for bringing the spirit of WE to any association, workforce or cause.

This booklet is written by means of The growing WE Institute, a global workforce of severe thinkers with multi-disciplinary services, who've come jointly to reap new kinds of engagement and innovation within the office. The growing WE Institute's challenge is carry a spirit of WE to firms at the moment working as a gaggle of I's.

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We knew that a brilliant team of functional experts was our only possibility to achieve our goals; a team that would ‘Shatter Old Paradigms,’ and truly understand ‘What Moves People’ to perform at their peak. We agreed early on that our course of action would not be what was best for the individual, but what was best for the brand. We all had to be selfless to win (Rule #3) and in order to build brand momentum, we knew we needed a focused, consciously contagious ‘Cult Like Culture’ that in itself would create the energy needed to permeate throughout the company—(Rule #15).

We often don’t realize that everything we do will have an impact. If we show up with only half a heart, or half our attention to the matters at hand, we will be shortchanging the team as well as ourselves. With a bit of courage this can shift dramatically. Courage? Yes, courage. It takes courage to take your ‘full’ seat at the table. Why? Because we are committing to bring out our ideas, and thinking—even if others at first disagree. We may get push back or responses we may not have expected, yet this is part of the journey we will need to take to get to the top.

Or, do you force yourself to decide quickly without all the data you need, stress out, and make more work for everyone by changing the decision, or forcing the ineffective decision to work? Perhaps you find that too many meetings with too many people leave you cranky and impatient? By ‘selfishly’ scheduling enough time every day to recharge on your own, you could be more a selfless meeting participant, one who is better able to participate in the process rather than obstruct it. Being selflessly selfish can go even further.

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