“Did you forget to post that Google Analytics code again? I don’t make those checklists for nothing, do I?!”, “You also see that this website is not nicely responsive on mobile? You don’t have to be a designer for that, do you? And that while I would absolutely not qualify myself as a tantrum. In fact, I’m going to avoid conflict in the workplace at all costs. I would prefer to encourage my colleagues to take more ownership themselves. And come up with a Qatar Email List solution themselves that they feel comfortable with. But yes, how do I achieve that?
break negative patterns
Earlier I wrote a book review for Frankwatching about Qatar Email List the book ‘Superpowers: Create ownership and make your organization work’ by Martine Veeger. In it, she uses various practical examples to outline a clear path to an organization in which employees take more initiative and are intrinsically motivated to pursue organizational goals. Using her Superpowers Program, which further enriches the theory in the book with practical exercises, I looked for the answer to the question: “How do I get my colleagues moving?”
As you learned in physics class about Isaac Newton’s Qatar Email List third law: “If object A exerts a force on object B, object B exerts an equal but opposite force on object A.” Maybe you weren’t much into physics in high school and that’s exactly why you became a project manager. Yet this rule also applies remarkably often in business life. There are a number of contradictions or behavioral patterns that often recur and that make it difficult to get employees moving. For instance: