Success Continuum

10 May 2017


There are 12 Business Cultural Growth qualities to employ for your organisation (just like there are 7 Business Leadership Styles and 12 Business Hyper Growth principles). The Fourth being “Detach, step back and be wise”.

Due to the nature of the technological age we currently live in, making quick snap decisions or rash decision’s is easy. For more complex and long term decisions it is best to utilise both critical thinking and intuitive thinking to come to a more complete and objective view of the situation.

It is also important to know that sometimes your best decisions are the first ones and some are the ones from deeper thought, understanding, analysis, evaluation an intuitive mindset. Being the leader of your organisation its important to have cultivated both skills and abilities.

Demonstrating your unique evaluation style for your employee’s and clients will garner respect, admiration and thus increase productivity. Culture evolution is the next step for business as it represents the cultivation and development of very soft skills.

Numerous times we have heard management say they don’t want to deal with the core issues of why the “Hearts and spirits” of people are not engaged and dedicated. In effect, the leadership team must be an avatar and a great example of the qualities, principles and values they wish their employee’s to develop and implement.

For example, whether they take care of the business as if it was their own, think outside the box, go beyond in service, think openly and candidly about their unique ideas and concerns. These are important emotional, social, beliefs and patterns to be considered and embedded, embodied and imbued for yourself and then flow out to your organisation.

“Detach, step back and be wise” will demonstrate your emotional leadership and thus cultivate one the seven natural business leadership styles being the “Emotional Intelligence Genius” and inevitably increase your Business capacity and capability for Hyper Growth.



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