Ubuntu In the Workplace: Part II

By Solomon Masala | Team Building

May 20

What can continue to inspire innovation, energize stakeholders and infuses teams with endurance to explore new territory?  Ubuntu in the workplace.  Living and working within a culture of interdependence and connection rather than isolation and competition is essential to optimize sustainable health and productivity on any team.

Repeatedly, we witness renewal and awakenings within our clients when they move beyond roles and rank and collaborate as human community.  Right now, our unknown futures and failing paradigms call us to value, prioritize and implement systems of people supporting people (excellence in team work).  The real energy resource of the new global economy is the power source of healthy, aware people, in functional multi-networked relationships. Coherent and cohesive communication and evolving emotional literacy are core to impacting real change and surviving into our newly emerging systems and organizations.

Ubuntu in the work place is not a conversation of hope and good ideas.  It is a call to action; an opportunity for transformation and reinvention.  It is not a choice.  It is the choice if we are to adapt and flourish in a new global economy.  How do you introduce and implement these strategies for growth?  We can help you with organizational development and team building designed to help you thrive, and sustain it.


About the Author

Solomon is a trainer and consultant who works with organizations and teams in a graceful, energizing, and insightful manner - transforming the individuals and the whole. Inspiring, palpable and sustainable, positive change is always a result.