Brené Brown and DCE’s Senior Consultant, Tana Plewes
The first part of our honour code was inspired by bestselling author, Brené Brown’s, BRAVING checklist. Brown uses the acronym BRAVING to describe the seven elements of trust that emerged from her research as both useful in trusting others and trusting ourselves.
Dan Ariely’s research in the field of Behavioural Economics demonstrates the profound impact adopting a Code of Honour can have on people’s behaviour and the bottom line of a business. It’s a small thing that makes a BIG difference on many levels.
The BRAVING checklist is from the book RISING STRONG by Brené Brown. Copyright © 2015 by Brené Brown.
The second part of the Code of Honour is a co-creation based on the specific needs of your team and desired outcomes for your business. In most cases, what’s missing is a strategic operational plan and framework for implementing it. However, your Customer Agreement defines the nature and scope of tactical and strategic work to be done in your workplace. The systems and processes we create together for your company can be ‘white labeled’ for your business and are guaranteed to accelerate team learning, enhance performance, and worker satisfaction. Effectiveness enhances customer service, company reputation, and ultimately increases the value of your business. The resulting new business systems become Intellectual Property assets of your business.
Just because you want a specific outcome for your life or business doesn’t mean you’re actually ready to make it happen in reality. We have a self-assessment quiz to find out if this kind of work is suited for you
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