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Emotional and Rational

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Dr. Janet Pilcher explains how an organization's values connects us to the emotional and the rational.
  • What does your organization value?
  • What does your team value?
  • How can you connect the team’s goals to the organization’s values to cater to the emotional side of individuals?
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if you think about aligning behaviors
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and goals you think me and that’s really
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a structured process of which it is but
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when we think about it think about what
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they talk about with the elephant and
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the writer so they so if we’re thinking
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about an elephant and so and a writer
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writing the elephant and let’s say they
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got into an altercation who would win
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the elephant and the writer the elephant
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right and so the elephant represents the
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emotional side of the world and the
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writer represents the rational
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so although aligned behaviors and goals
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are very much a rational part of the
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work that we do there’s the thing called
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values that connect the emotional and so
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if we align behaviors and goals without
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the emotional then we’re probably not
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going to get the leverage of the work in
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order to produce where to go where we
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want to go
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