This is the second part of a brand new series titled “Non Negotiable”. Join Sam as he talks about the importance of establishing Non Negotiable values.
When there is clarity of mission and purpose then everyone in the organization can be on the same page.
When everyone believes in the values and what you stand for people will create an environment where excellence is valued. Change becomes just a decision.
Create an environment where everyone is trying to get better. When the right environment is created people embrace change and the organization thrives.
Building an organization’s success around a set of core values is the most powerful way to engage people and encourage accountability.
Great communication can transform change into a very positive vehicle for growth. Though great communication you will build the relationships necessary to make change just a decision.
I was watching the television show The Voice recently. One of the contestants was about to go out on stage to audition. Right before this 18 year old girl turned to walk out she faced the camera and said, “In the next 90 seconds I could change my life.” Then, she walked out, sang her song, was selected by the judges and just like that, 90 seconds later, her life had changed. It was a very powerful moment.
Before Steve Jobs, former president of Apple, Inc., passed away he told Tim Cook, the new president, “Never ask the question, ‘What would Steve Jobs have done?’ Just do the right thing.” This powerful message delivered to the new president of Apple freed Tim Cook from having to worry about his predecessor. It freed Cook from having to make decisions …
I am always inspired by people and organizations who aren’t willing to sit around and let everyone else dictate their future. Game changers know that they can utilize products, services and ideas to shape and own their markets. Here’s a television interview that I did recently on Game Changers. What can you do to change the game in your industry …
SIX STEPS TO BETTER CHANGE MANAGEMENT In a theology class at a major university a professor told her students that each week they would study a different piece of ancient text. On Monday, the professor would give her interpretation of the text, and on Wednesday, one of the students would give their interpretation of the same text.The professor would then …
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