Tool Telecon: Addressing Business Axioms in Your Culture
Many CEOs may discover that although they have worked hard to establish a positive and inviting work environment in their company, employees may still interpret different intentions through cultural mottos commonly spoken with one another. Those mottos can be referred to as business axioms, or statements that we believe to be self-evident truths. Failing to address the shadows that can appear as a response to those business axioms can lead to unintended actions, behaviors or resentment in the culture that affect work output or relationships.
These simple tools can help address the unintended consequences of business axioms before it escalates into something people will regret saying or doing.
In the conference below, David Baker, Think Shift's CEO, discusses a the Law of Hazard and Implicit Assumptions. Viewers learn different ways to address business axioms while maintaining a healthy culture and healthy work relationships with peers and management.
Please note: The video below is a recording from a one-hour telecon event that occurred on May 1, 2015. Registered participants received an exercise to complete prior to the call. It was provided to help participants better relate the concept to specific issues within their company.
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