September 04, 2003

Hope for Values being valued in the workplace

The Beyond Branding Blog

we can prove our work in countless cases, we demonstrate for perhaps the first time a coherent set of tools, expertise and thinking that can be used by corporations and individuals alike to truly value the relationships between real people and the system, the business and the planet.

I'm so glad the body language is changing and with our combined support we may make it permanent.

An uplifting positivity affirming post from Beyond Branding. I myself have not seen that change (but then why would I?). I only really see how life is within ntl and a few other suppliers, although that is really only fleeting and not of great depth. Values have been, and still seem to be paid lip servie without actually being taken seriously the point:

They are not smiling quite so patronisingly about values... is not happening here. We have vluaes, and visions, and objectives and someone occasionally insists we should know them and take heed but I have yet to see a leader live them. That's what I want - people to walk the walk. Lead with passion tolerance and understanding. Show people the way don't expect them to follow orders.

And guess what? Look after me and I'll walk bare foot over glass for you. Blame me for things that are ultimately your responsiblity and I'll head for the door.

Posted by Paul Goodison at September 4, 2003 11:24 PM | TrackBack

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