The PiB Approach
ViP MEMBER RESOURCES
A selection of streaming and downloadable audio files, as well as written works from a selection of authors - covering a range of topics from business to science, to social, ethical and political commentary.
Balga Detached WA
Carepoint Health Services
Chess Moving WA
L.J. Hooker Mt. Lawley WA
Moiler & Assocs.
Ringwould Stud WA
RTS (Roof Truss Systems)
FROM THE DESK
Despite the apparent contradiction in terms between doing well and doing good, those companies who have chosen to do so have not only survived, but prospered in an increasingly tenuous global climate.
To achieve this, they have declined to engage in activities which essentially go against core human values. Instead, they have integrated values and purpose into their recruitment programs - a disciplined 'understanding in practice' as a key requirement for each new employee. They have sought to inspire and require each employee to own responsibility and accountability to the common good; and they have determined to consistently and publicly exemplify this lived reality themselves...
They have done the practical things. And they have also embraced many seemingly 'soft' concepts in pursuit of the truly exceptional: like knowing that if they want their employees to share the passion, they must make that passion not only abundantly clear, but actively seek to become the employer employees seek. It's a two-way street.
The choice is simple. These Australian companies have done it.
SO CAN YOU...
Big or small, if you are inspired to create the exceptional - an organisation that contributes to a more rewarding, sustainable, and ultimately more satisfying business...
Call or Text: 0431 191 020, or have me contact you
Best wishes. David
David Bodman. Principles in Business :: PO Box 2243 Midland Perth WA 6936
M. 0431 191 020 :: E. director[at]principlesinbusiness.com
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2015 Series: Life's Leadership
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PODCASTS AND VIDEOS
LEADERSHIP 'IS A CHANGING'
RN's Saturday Extra Podcast. Presenter: Geraldine Doogue. Time: 21 mins.
Professor Ross Garnaut warned this week that Australia needs legitimate and deft leaders who can develop an 'independent centre' in our national conversation. He called for good leadership built on the idea of valuing national over private and personal interest. But what does that mean at a time when all sorts of roles and codes are extremely fluid and ambiguous, as we live through the communications revolution? Geraldine interviews Terry Moran and Lynelle Briggs on their insights on modern leadership.
THE CHECKLIST SERIES
For PiB, there is one fundamental premise: that state of mind either supports or negates the effectiveness of any leader - and thus, the culture they engender, for good or ill. How do you think you rate as LEADER?
THE INSIDE-OUT LEADER (pdf)