“Humility forms the basis of honor, just as the low ground forms the foundation of high elevation.“—Bruce Lee
One of the team dynamics for a dynamic team that we discussed in the previous episode of the White Collar Therapy & Leadership Show deserves additional attention – honoring the other’s perspective. If you want trust then grasping this idea is a big deal.
Have you ever been to a memorial service where people spoke poorly about the person who was deceased? I’m pretty certain nobody has. No matter how many bad things a person did while he or she was living, chances are people will find all the good things they can to say about that person.
Imagine if we took this approach and honored everybody in the workplace like this?
As we look for ways to honor people, it launches them into fulfilling their life purpose. The result being a more pleasant work environment and SUPERIOR performance.
In this episode of the White Collar Therapy & Leadership Show, we shine a light on honor and discover practical ways to honor people in the workplace. Your co-hosts included Robb Holman, Sheri Traxler, and Myself.
The White Collar Therapy & Leadership Show
Aired live in March 2020
Developing a Culture of Honor
The inspiration for this session comes from chapter five of Robb’s book All In – How Impactful Teams Build Trust from the Inside Out, which you can purchase on Amazon from this link. In this chapter, Robb writes about developing a culture of honor in the workplace.
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