Monday 1 July 2019

Shifting from separatism to oneness

I'm often asked by business owners and leaders when I meet them for the first time what it is that I've seen over my 30 years as a mentor to be the greatest challenge faced by their peers.

My answer is always keeping people on the same page, singing from the same song sheet, whatever you want to name it, yet at the same time enabling individuals to shine and to bring the best version of themselves to their work every day.

I literally help my clients to create organisational, team and individual plans and co-promises on a page.

Pictured opposite is my own.

Please download this and suggestions and a template to create your own.

I am one of the pioneers of one page plans.

I see lots these days with writing so small they're useless!

My insight is that the secret to success is being able get the content at a glance and then using your one page as a conversation focusing tool.

I call the headings the seven areas of shared-view.

Helping people to find and sustain shared-view in these areas is the heart of my work with clients.

Most of our troubles, personal, local, organisational, national, and international, are fundamentally based in our perceived need to hang onto the world in here (my view), our issues with the world out there (other people's views), and, our failure to focus more on the world we share (ours).

The exciting news is that when we find and sustain shared-view (ours) we can triumph over all our troubles.

There's short videos on each of the seven here and a one-page diagnostic tool that you can download and complete to see where you're at. 

From there should you like some help please contact me on +61 418 807 898.

The world right now is about separateness. Politicians, religious people, business leaders are saying my way is the only way. It isn't. The only way is ours. It's not either/or or this or that, it is always both/and.

You can change the world by changing yourself. A great first step is to find and sustain shared-view within your family and then your workplace.

Who will you become?

What will you do next?

Be remarkable.

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