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KOBUS NEETHLING BRAIN INSTRUMENT FOR YOU COMPANY


TWO ESSENTIAL TOOLS AVAILABLE TO TAKE YOUR ORGANIZATION TO A NEW LEVEL ARE:


The Ultimate Intelligence
The course reveals the surest way to motivate employees to be as productive and effective as they possibly can be. The main statement is that happy and fulfilled employees, who experience a sense of emotional well-being in the workplace, will be much more dedicated, hard-working, creative and ultimately productive.


It is the company who carefully tend to the person behind the employee that will gain the edge and eventually become the market leader, especially in difficult economic times.


What is the usual way in which companies are managed? Coordination and control are realized through an infrastructure comprising of policies, procedures, processes/systems and structures. They work through aspects like goal-setting, procedures, performance evaluation systems, financial monitoring systems, information technology systems, and hierarchical power-over systems.


Who are managers really in modern business? They are usually impersonal instruments whose main objective is to achieve some material end, and it is expected from them to control workers. On the surface level it makes good sense - any company exists to make profit, there can be no other objective of any business.


But the big secret is: if your main focus is on the procedural part of the company's functioning, you will never unleash the company's full potential. Why? Because concentrating on processes and procedures you will never utilize your biggest asset, your people. You will create workers who work to avoid punishment, to receive their pay check and who live for Friday 5 o'clock.


But, you will say: of course we do motivate our employees, motivation courses, incentive bonuses and the like - the problem with the latter is: they don't last long. People are on a high for a while or kept satisfied for a period, till the next pay rise is due.


We need to ask what the real answer is, the longer lasting solution. What is the real essence of motivation? How do you create sustainable high productive teams?


And this is where we need to explain what ultimate intelligence is - what does it have to do with leadership and effective management?


For many years the fields of "leadership" and "spirituality" have been worlds apart. Leadership was seen as a practical area of scientific inquiry and understood as "grinding it out", "being tough", "never giving an inch" and getting on top in a very competitive environment where it is all about survival.
Spirituality was seen as a field of intangible ideas and emotions, and "mushy" stuff, that has no bearing on reality and only stand in the way of conducting good business.


There has always been considerable antagonism between the two fields: Clergy usually express a a vague, but deep hostility toward capitalism and the modern corporation, they see it as characterized by selfishness, greed and disgust.


Business leaders felt that clergy are out of touch with the real hard issues of corporate life and how much effort is needed to survive and prosper in a very demanding and hostile environment - they feel clergy are unrealistic and have no real contribution to make to business life.


So consequently, spirituality in the workplace has been inhibited - the main focus in modern corporations remains on the objective, the controllable, the empirical and the material. Spirituality is regarded as a phenomenon too soft, nebulous - it is a "corporate taboo", and has a bad name.


What we need to do is effect a total mind shift about the immense worth of incorporating the spiritual aspect and illustrate the huge impact it can potentially have on any business - even to the point where it can give a company the edge on competitors in the market.


The Organizational Wellness Instrument
In the past measuring the creative environment was a long and cumbersome process and one that was often neglected. We learnt from very successful companies that monitoring the environment is critical in maintaining a business culture that anticipates problems before it happens and rectifies mistakes immediately in order to sustain passion and energy in the organization.


For a number of years Dr Kobus Neethling studied the most successful Fortune 500 companies in the world to identify methods and approaches to create a positive work ethic. Ten critical factors, essential for achieving success in any creative environment, were identified. He used these factors to develop a model that focuses on the negative and positive aspects of the creative environment. The results are immediate and they act as the barometer indicating where the company is at the moment regarding these factors.


The Organizational Wellness Instrument (OWI) provides one with up-to-date and easy to read measures of the current situation or "state of play" in an organization - or any part of it. It is easy to use, easy to administer, quick to complete and very responsive in reporting results. Unlike conventional organizational climate surveys, which are expensive, time-consuming and rarely current, the OWI produces comprehensive reports within minutes of one's employees completing the questionnaire online.
The research results regarding the effect of these factors are unambiguous; if any of the factors start moving below the critical point; they begin to affect parts of the organization, or in severe cases, the entire organization. We can measure the degree to which each of these factors can contribute - or take away - from the "WELLNESS" of your organization.


The Organizational Wellness Instrument identifies the critical success factors which have a significant impact on the workplace environment and that supports as well as sustains happiness, creativity and productivity. These are:


  • Trust
  • Learning
  • Gratification
  • Language
  • Ownership
  • Energy
  • Change
  • Interaction
  • Creativity and Innovation
  • Communication


Each of the ten factors is plotted as 'above the line' (positive) or 'below the line' (negative). Above the line factors contribute to the 'wellness' and creative environment. Below the line factors can destroy the organization if left unchecked!

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