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In this 3rd post on Appreciative Inquiry and social media I give a case study of how a small business transformed its culture of compliance to a Culture of Kindness (Part 1 here, and Part 2). Magic Mushrooms (MM) produce mushrooms of the high quality but, like so many fresh produce businesses in Australia their people were engaged in a culture of compliance, not Kindness. It was a constant battle to maintain quality and the owner, Brian, was spending seven days a week supervising compliance. But Brian had heard from his cousin Alan, MD of Freshest Fruits, about the work we had been doing with his team to install a Culture of Kindness in his business. For Alan, this had resulted in a transformation in the culture, product and service quality and business outcomes. Here is Magic Mushroom’s story. The Story of a #Kind #Leader Who Engaged His People to #Contribute #appreciativeinquiry http://t.co/xymab7X2mB
See your team for what it is: a collection of strengths! The key is to learn how to capitalize upon those strengths to realize the full potential to reach your goals. Don’t worry–it’s easier than you think!
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