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Wondering How To Make Your Value Based Language Business Culture Rock? Read This!

Office Values

Integrate your mission statement values through education and discussion of their meanings to the organization.  Explore your employees interpretation of each of them and share your personal understanding of them back..  Imagine what they may mean for your clients and customers.  Be ready to hear differences in your perspectives!

Read more on Intouch’s 2015 Monthly Business Value Awareness Focus for support  expanding your understanding.

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Inquire about educational learning programs and business value coaching to support concrete and doable value language.  Curious about the benefits?

By using direct value based statements each reader can have a fuller understanding of the concept and take accountability for meeting them.

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Why getting InTouch Programs and Coaching for your business

getting InTouch Programs at Inside are about transformation not information. Some information may change hands but the real power of coaching is when peers and  clients experience something new and different for the first time. Integrating success is NOT simply new information, that is education, IT IS transformation using techniques to explore and experience change.

Businesses tend to operate with long-standing social habits or emotions as opposed to inventing a new future.  These programs will introduce  objectivity and bring a focus of attention  to areas that would otherwise be overlooked or missed that are causing conflicts.

Read 13 Success Steps for Respect and Value at Work and find out more about

A Value-Based Workplace Culture 

Renee Lindstrom
Feldenkrais® Practitioner since 2007, Communication Coach since 2004, Art of Placement since 2000


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Value-Based Workplace Culture

A Value-Based Workplace Culture enhances:

  • leadership skills.
  • personal ownership
  • taking  responsibility for the job

It provides:

  • clarity and understanding of why there a need for structure
  • improves communication
  • reduces gossip
  • increases productivity.

I.  Step #1 – Start with a *consulting session to explore:  

  1. Value wording in your workplace mission/vision statement to  deepen the connection and willingness to contribute to the success of your operation
  2. The best way to introduce a model of communication for creating an  environment of respect, accountability, acceptance and motivation.

*Consulting – in person or by chat on-line

II.  Step #2Learn how:

  1. To make agreements based upon values.  

Benefits:  increase motivation and willingness to contribute replacing decreasing moral and office tension

III.  Step #3Provide learning opportunities to your employees:

                    1. Teach your employees the culture you want to work in.
                    2.  Integrate a value-based literacy program to support skill
Benefit:  Turn disconnection into connections (even with hard to hear messages!), improving work and reducing office politics.
FIND OUT MORE:  Email, Call (250) 361-7508 or follow on-line

Renee Lindstrom
Feldenkrais® Practitioner since 2007, Communication Coach since 2004, Art of Placement since 2000


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