“I have been making the case that by becoming a business that is
supremely focused on the customer and on each other, something more
than just profit can result.”
~ Terry Starbucker
One of the key concepts of Managing with Aloha is something I call the Language of Intention: Just as it sounds, it is the language you use which matches up to your true intentions.
As managers, we are much more effective when we speak intentionally, and are true to our good word. We are much more effective when we drive communication of the right messages: We then drive momentum and worthwhile energies. Managing with Aloha, is a philosophy which coaches you to learn, speak and work with the inclusive and collaborative “Language of We.”
This is what the “Language of We” sounds like as it starts with one manager’s Language of Intention:
Are you a manager who goes on the road to visit your team too? Besides your clothes, your gadgets, and your itinerary, what Language of Intention are you deliberately ~ and intentionally, optimistically ~ “packing” to take with you, just like Terry did?