By Judith E. Glaser
Currently, so much corporations this day function in an "I" paradigm. during this area, we retain ranking – "I'll scratch your again should you scratch mine." we're taught to manage our wishes and feelings simply because they're destructive—-logic prevails. we're punished for making error and we disguise our concepts for worry of wasting our strength or prestige. In a WE paradigm, issues are different.
'42 ideas for developing WE (2nd Edition)' bargains new insights from proposal leaders in neuroscience, organizational improvement, and model method, introducing groundbreaking practices for bringing the spirit of WE to any association, crew or cause.
This booklet is written by way of The growing WE Institute, a global crew of severe thinkers with multi-disciplinary services, who've come jointly to reap new varieties of engagement and innovation within the office. The growing WE Institute's challenge is carry a spirit of WE to enterprises presently working as a gaggle of I's.
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There’s much talk about the danger of ‘heroes,’ yet great achievements have often been a result of heroic efforts on the part of a few people, and sometimes even one person. It’s one of the world’s biggest myths about teamwork that there’s no ‘I’ in Team. In fact there is an ‘I’ in Team; there are many ‘I’s, each with their own strengths and preferences. And the faster we recognize that, the faster we’ll succeed at creating WE. In the case of my client, the ‘I’s’ in the team were now allowed to shine in their own terms, which resulted in a kinder work environment, a more productive staff, more satisfied customers and a true WE spirit.
Glaser Difficult conversations are challenging, yet when one ‘ I’ meets another ‘ I’ in candor and caring, they form a perfect WE. Difficult conversations and disagreements can be challenging. When we are at odds with others we often feel competitive, as though we are in a win/lose situation. Being on opposite sides of an issue with someone can lead us to feel like we are in conflict with them, which can cause us to feel like we are foes and not friends. Once we label someone a foe, we tend to treat them as a foe, and often fall into patterns of behavior that continuously push them away.
If we look back to the beginning of time, we see the same human needs emerge over and over again: to be effective, leaders need to know themselves—what’s energizing, and what’s draining, and they need to know what turns others on and off as well. Most importantly, they need to know how to awaken this wisdom in themselves and others. Without self-awareness, leaders cannot lead. Becoming a WE-centric leader is not something we do overnight. For many of us, it’s a lifelong quest. ’ When you ‘Google’ the term ‘leadership,’ you’ll find charts, lists, and complex theories that promise to ‘transform’ the team, and allow it to ‘soar’ to a higher level.