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Organisation 3.0 beta - Viewing humans as humans not resources

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Most organizations are not setup in best way to get the best out of their people, or to give people what they they truly need

Most organizations are not setup in best way to get the best out of their people, or to give people what they they truly need

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  • 68 jobs, private sector, public, government and elected office
    exposed me to many organisation cultures
  • People rarely know why
    hierarchies, lead to tribes and slow communications
    systems, process lead to excuses
    change is resistaned
    Solutions
    goal, concrete and understandable
    have principles not rules to guide decision making, trust in your people
    obesess less about titles, structures and systems
    leaders should remove complexity - Yves Morieux
    and work out how to do what is right
    evolve or die
  • the best science/art/business has come from many experiments
    Many failures are good, they expose you
    vulnerability, is foundation for innovation
    explorers, hunting and gathering ideas, internal and external
    gardeners, grow ideas
    your culture is a filter, and often will restrict what you discover
    learn to accept failure and reward it
  • Number 1 reason to leave a job is your boss
    by your action or inaction you choose your leader
    who do you work for, who do you elect who do you support?
    who do you want to follow?
    Followship is skill learn it and become good at it
    are you active or passive follower?
    choose your leaders and forgive if they learn
  • action or inaction
    active or passive
    leave job
    offerings
    who do you want to follow?
  • We have all seen bad leaders
    Have is what I have seen from the best, in actions, not just talk
    Tell why? treat your colleagues likes adults not children
    choose influence rather control, forget terrority, forget ownership, they convince you
    rallying your people, through campaigns and causes, but remember to let them rest
    They know they are imperfect, and bring people in to cover their blind spots
    they never stop listening, as they know they are one step from failure when they do
    they know when to follow and when to lead
    tell early not late, as understand journey travelled together leads to stronger relations
    Brené Brown - vulnerability is not weakness, it is courage, emotional risk -
    Be human not a sociopath
    treat you followers like humans not resources
  • why?
    rallying
    influence over control
    vulnerability is not weakness, it is courage, emotional risk - Brené Brown
    comeback story
    imperfection
    listening
    leaders should remove complexity - Yves Morieux
    a wise leader knows when
    a journey travelled
  • Spock - Told us that infinite diversity leads to infinite possibility
    I look for, in both my leaders and followers:
    wide background, shows they can cope with change
    ability to learn, evolve
    passionate, no really
    curious, ask questions
    a love to coach and mentor
    Look for diversity not more of the same
  • wide background
    ability to learn
    passionate, no really
    curious
    impact
  • Evidence shows that emotion, blocks us processing feedback
    Ask permission, check timing
    limited the assumption
    explain what you saw, be specific
    listen to their context
    understand their context
    offer a different way
    strong relationship
    Be respectful
  • emotion
    permission
    assumptions
    explain, be specific
    listen to their context
    understand
    strong relationship
  • a human is not a resource -
    If you only see the worker you will not learn about the human -
    That multiple sides to us all, are just happy knowing one? -
    we spend a good chuck of your life working -
    fun, i.e. being social - leads to multi-dimensional relationships -
    together you can grow and not just be shallow
  • a human not a resource
    If you only see the worker you will not learn about the human
    smoking
    fun
    multi-dimensional relationships
  • Grow yourself
    own your career and your eolvultion
    find new perspectives
    build relationships
    manage your change
    appreciate the chaos
    understand your stressors and manage them
    have a growth plan
    and evolve you..
  • comfort
    perspectives
    build relationships
    change
    stressors
    growth plan

Transcript

  • 1. Organisation 3.0beta Viewing humans as humans not resources
  • 2. 1. Organization of the Organization 2. Innovation 3. Followship 4. Leadership 5. Adding to the tribe 6. Continuous Learning 7. Social 8. Personal Growth 9. What does it look like
  • 3. Organization of the Organization Do what is right
  • 4. Notes: People rarely know why hierarchies, lead to tribes and slow communications systems, process lead to excuses change is resistaned Solutions goal, concrete and understandable have principles not rules to guide decision making, trust in your people obesess less about titles, structures and systems leaders should remove complexity - Yves Morieux and work out how to do what is right evolve or die
  • 5. Innovation Failure
  • 6. notes: the best science/art/business has come from many experiments Many failures are good, they expose you vulnerability, is foundation for innovation explorers, hunting and gathering ideas, internal and external gardeners, grow ideas your culture is a filter, and often will restrict what you discover learn to accept failure and reward it
  • 7. Followship choose and forgive
  • 8. Notes: Number 1 reason to leave a job is your boss by your action or inaction you choose your leader who do you work for, who do you elect who do you support? who do you want to follow? Followship is skill learn it and become good at it are you active or passive follower? choose your leaders and forgive if they learn
  • 9. Leadership Be human not a sociopath
  • 10. Notes: We have all seen bad leaders Have is what I have seen from the best, in actions, not just talk Tell why? treat your colleagues likes adults not children choose influence rather control, forget terrority, forget ownership, they convince you rallying your people, through campaigns and causes, but remember to let them rest They know they are imperfect, and bring people in to cover their blind spots they never stop listening, as they know they are one step from failure when they do they know when to follow and when to lead tell early not late, as understand journey travelled together leads to stronger relations Brené Brown - vulnerability is not weakness, it is courage, emotional risk - Be human not a sociopath treat you followers like humans not resources
  • 11. Adding to the Tribe Diversity of thought
  • 12. Notes: Spock - Told us that infinite diversity leads to infinite possibility I look for, in both my leaders and followers: wide background, shows they can cope with change ability to learn, evolve passionate, no really curious, ask questions a love to coach and mentor Look for diversity not more of the same
  • 13. Continuous Learning Respectful feedback
  • 14. Notes: Evidence shows that emotion, blocks us processing feedback Ask permission to the person who you want to give feedback, check timing limited the assumptions you have explain what you saw, be specific listen to their context understand their context offer a different way strong relationship Be respectful
  • 15. Social the work personal divide is stupid
  • 16. Notes: a human is not a resource - If you only see the worker you will not learn about the human - That multiple sides to us all, are just happy knowing one? - we spend a good chuck of your life working - fun, i.e. being social - leads to multi-dimensional relationships - together you can grow and not just be shallow
  • 17. Personal Growth Evolve or Die
  • 18. Notes: Grow yourself own your career and your eolvultion find new perspectives build relationships manage your change appreciate the chaos understand your stressors and manage them have a growth plan and evolve you..
  • 19. What does it look like?
  • 20. 1. Everyone is clear on the vision and the goals 2. Everybody knows why 3. Work is well paced 4. Passion and curiosity is everywhere 5. You know these people 6. You find it hard to stop working
  • 21. the obvious that is rarely done
  • 22. A person, company, organization community can be judged on its actions and behaviours not its intents. Especially when the shit hits the fan. Its easy to be nice when the world is all good. Behaviours, the culture under stress shows the real capacity of the leadership .
  • 23. Eric Brooke Founder, Professional You