Are you in the know? HELLO MY FRIENDS! Dr. Sarah here, and welcome to video 132. Okay, I am filming on location from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, to speak to you today about knowing. So, did you know that you have a knowing before you think? What we tend to do is bypass our knowing with our logical part of our mind by over-thinking things to the point where we may not be seeing clearly whatever it is we’re looking to get clear on. So, what would it be like to trust your knowing? To acknowledge your knowing? To see if your knowing is light or heavy, and go with it? It won’t let you down. A Space to BE With Take a moment to tune in and ask yourself the following questions. What do you know about knowing? What does that mean to you? What would it be like to tune into your know by asking a question like, “what do I know about this?” What would it be like to honor and trust your knowing even though it may not make logical sense? If you no longer automatically went to thinking, and instead, followed your own knowing, how would your life and living be different? Let’s Talk About It! When you are willing to be [...]

By |2018-05-15T18:24:55+00:00May 15th, 2018|Articles, Dr. Sarah Brotsky|Comments Off on Are you in the know?

Trust in the Workplace Starts at the Top

A good leader knows that trust in the workplace is one of a company’s most valuable assets. Ken Blanchard, Chief Spiritual Officer of The Ken Blanchard Companies, is quick to point out, however, that trust in the workplace doesn’t just happen by itself. It must be cultivated from the top down, by the company’s leaders. In Blanchard’s article titled “How to Build a High Trust Workplace,” that appeared in the March 2017 edition of CLOmedia’s Chief Learning Officer, Blanchard cites Horst Shultze, one of the retired founders of the Ritz-Carlton Hotels, as a stellar example of a trust-building leader. During the years when Schultz was still one of the company’s executives, he established a special program for the employees. After they had completed their training, Shultze set up a $2,000 discretionary fund for each of the employees. The money was to be used to solve a customer’s problem and employees were not required to report the details of how they spent the money. Eventually, Shultze collected many heart-warming anecdotes that demonstrated employee trust and loyalty. One of his favorite stories was about a business executive who was a guest at the Atlanta Ritz-Carlton hotel. After leaving Atlanta, he had to fly to Los Angeles [...]

By |2018-04-10T17:29:02+00:00April 10th, 2018|Lean Learning Center|Comments Off on Trust in the Workplace Starts at the Top
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