We’ve heard the cliché time and time again. However, the greatest raw materials of any organization are the minds/ consciousness of its people.
- Do they believe in the mission?
- Do they feel like they can contribute to the greater good of their co-workers and the bottom line
- Do they feel like they are connected to a productive and proactive project beyond their jobs
What they believe is of paramount importance. What you believe is even more important because you can influence their consciousness to be more positive and constructive.
You can mobilize that great raw material to achieve great things.
You can tap into their passion and conviction to get there.
Groups of people who are mobilized behind a belief show conviction, passion, and drive and will mobilize all their resources, including imagination, to achieve the end goal.
World War II. The nation was mobilized by the belief and focus towards a common goal. We were organized and motivated to believe that if we all work
together for the greater good we would prevail.
Americans became highly resourceful. Women entered the workforce in droves.
New industries popped up and America as a nation mobilized itself.
In this particular inst ance, it was also
an economic catalyst.
How would it feel to be able to mobilize your own company, team and staff in this way? Everyone would be driving towards a common goal b ased in the belief of
a single idea or common goal that they actually cared about.
People work more efficiently and effectively when they believe they are contributing towards something important. Beyond a paycheck or advancement people want to be inspired towards being part of something greater than them selves. They want to be part of a mission. Unlock their passion for your mission then combine it with a focused plan and
Maria Gamb (http://www.MariaGamb.com ) is an author, speaker and men tor
to emerging leaders in business.
Her first book ever “Healing the Corporate World” (http://www.HealingTheCorporateWorld.com) was launched on Amazon in 2010 broke into the Top10 Bestsellers in Business/ Leadership joining the ranks of the highly influential all boys club of authors such as Jim Collins, Daniel Pink and Carmine Gallo.