The bitter sweet staff

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Beware of frequent sweet talks of co-workers. These talks could be poisonous

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  • @karinchen51

    Liebe Karin, fügt Ihr Kommentar zu meiner Freude, als ich seine Aufrichtigkeit spüren. Ich mag deine Ausdruck 'faulen Zähne' in vielen Unternehmen. Dieser erstreckt sich mein Denken für neue Möglichkeiten. Ich fühle den Schmerz in meinen Zähnen!
    Ich kann nicht finden die richtigen Worte, um meine Wertschätzung für Ihre große Kommentar ausdrücken

    Dear Karin, Your comment adds to my pleasure as I feel its sincerity. I like your expression 'rotten teeth' in many companies. This extends my thinking to new possibilities. I feel the pain in my teeth!!!
    I can't find the proper words to express my appreciation of your great comment
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  • Lieber Ali!
    Gratulation zu deiner hervorragenden Präsentation! Ich bin total begeistert und sie spricht aus meiner Seele.
    Ich kann mir lebhaft vorstellen, daß sich viele Menschen angesprochen fühlen, denn die Präsentation ist für viele wie ein Spiegelbild.
    In meist großen Unternehmen gibt es sehr viele „faule Zähne“. Doch auch im privaten Bereich gibt es mehr als genug davon. Dein Wortspiel gefällt mir sehr, sehr gut und macht den Vergleich amüsant.
    Ein Unternehmer hat die Möglichkeit sich von „Ihnen „ zu trennen und Privat sollte man selbst die Initiative ergreifen.
    Denke sehr oft über Deine Präsentationen nach und sie haben mir sehr geholfen. „Ich fühle mich dadurch FREI“.
    Vielen lieben Dank Karin
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  • Dear Ali!
    Congratulations on your excellent presentation! I'm thrilled and she speaks from my soul.
    I can just imagine that many people are attracted because the presentation is for many like a mirror image.
    In most large companies, there are many 'rotten teeth'. But even in the private sector, there are more than enough. Your word game I like very, very good, and makes the comparison amusing.
    An entrepreneur has the ability to separate from 'you' and private, one should take the initiative.
    Often think about after your presentations, and they've been very helpful. 'I feel in FREE'.
    Thank you so much Karin
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  • @juaomaya
    Thanks Juao, even though I am still waiting for a bitter comment
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  • Dear Ali, I greatly admire and respect you for appreciating bitter comments...
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The bitter sweet staff

  1. 1. The Bitter Sweet Staff Ali Anani
  2. 2. Do not be surprised This is a copy of my previous presentation entitled Strategic mapping as inspired by dentistry
  3. 3. Do not be surprised The title is dry and void of any emotion
  4. 4. The ResultThe fewest number of views,comments, downloads and favoritesthe presentation received among myprevious 56 presentations
  5. 5. It is great that sliseshare allows for experimenting I have just changed the title and the abstract and added these introductory slides
  6. 6. Plaque on teeth Strategic mapping Are they related?
  7. 7. To me strategy is knowing where you stand (your position) before you decide where to go (Your Vision)
  8. 8. As you move in the selecteddirection you learn. Each step is a learning experience
  9. 9. You need first to know the limitingfactors that kept you in your current position and precluded you from moving forward
  10. 10. What does this all have to do with dentistry?
  11. 11. Answering this question is revealing of strategic thinking and mapping
  12. 12. Both could be lustrous from outside, but decaying from inside Tooth OrganizationInspection Inspection
  13. 13. What causes teeth decay? What causes organizational decay? Tooth OrganizationInspection Inspection
  14. 14. What causes teeth decay? What causes organizational decay? Tooth OrganizationInspection Inspection
  15. 15. The healthy teeth, the frequencyof sugar intake is more important than the quantity of sugar consumption
  16. 16. For the healthy teeth, thefrequency of sugar intake is more important than the quantity of sugar consumption Sugar accelerates the decaying of teeth
  17. 17. Likewise; beware of employeeswho come frequently to you with “sweet talks”. These employees will decay the organization
  18. 18. Get rid of decaying employees ifyou wish yourorganization tomove up to its grand goal
  19. 19. Like we clean and floss theteeth frequently to stop dental plaque do the same for your organization
  20. 20. The dentist shall determine if you need a filling for yourcavitiesIt is your job to determine if your organization needsfilling
  21. 21. What is a Temporary Filling? During a restorative filling, that is more extensive, a dentist may opt to observe the tooth first, before placing a permanent restorative material. He will place a medicament that will initiate “repair” and “regeneration” on the infected tissues. This layer of medicaments will be sealed with a temporary filling and the tooth will be placed under observation.Then do the Repair andthe Regeneration Observe the organization first
  22. 22. Filling cavities of organizations issimilar to filling teeth cavities
  23. 23. Learning organizations will besuccessful because They observe first
  24. 24. Learning organizations will besuccessful because They observe first They try temporary solutions first (Trial and Error)
  25. 25. Learning organizations will besuccessful because They observe first They try temporary solutions first (Trial and Error) A temporary solution is never the lasting solution as these have to be stronger than temporary ones

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