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The crucial culture creator us behaviour

This is the final in a series of seven suggestions for working on yourself and on your business in order to more fully appreciate and get the best out of yourself and other people. Links to the six previous posts are below.

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Execution is the only way to tell that you have the right strategy.

Moving on from the myth that 'what gets measured gets done'

When you’re doing something that you’ve done many times before, and this time you feel as if you’re experiencing something completely new, it’s called vuja de.

I believe vuja de is a key to co-creating and enhancing a culture in your workplace that means people feel valued, are living values, and delivering value to others that they demand, desire, and feel that they deserve. 

People feeling valued, living values, and delivering value are keys to success in the new world of work. I believe these are an outcome of applying the appreciation principle in your own best way.

The deepest principle in human nature is the craving to be appreciated.
William James


The more fully you appreciate and get the best out of yourself and other people, the more leaders and corresponding accountability you'll have in your business, the better your business results will be, and at less personal cost.

Read more here where you can also download a handbook, a diagnostic, and a checklist, that will help you to sustain shared-view in the seven areas of significance explored in these seven posts, and where the most successful leaders stand out.

Be remarkable
Ian

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