Benevolence is about a whole lot more than just being nice. People can only be dismissive of being here to give if they do not understand the complex nexus of character traits and feelings associated with it.
In the Broadest sense, there are two kinds of people, or perhaps better, two “ways of being”. Competitive or Cooperative.
A purpose driven business is a business that sincerely pursues a Benevolent Intent. It is clear that a business which claims to be there to serve its market would trade very differently from a business that is there purely to enrich owners.
Gallup Business Journal has announced that there is a worldwide employee engagement crisis that may have serious repercussion for the global economy.
What you typically see in a person who is here to take is that he/she will tolerate licentiousness because acting appropriately is given relatively little significance.
One of the surprising indicators I look for is how often individuals raise the issue of their personal rights when interacting with others.
You must learn from your successes as much as your mistakes. If you can gather information from successes and then put that to use, you have a formula for success.
People will buy into something if they buy into the purpose. Having a worthy purpose is the first step to achieving great things, as an individual, and as an organization.
There are some things you can do before and during a difficult conversation to make it easier and more successful.
I would like to discuss the advantages of feedback and note some useful tips to keep in mind about how to give feedback so that it is well received.