The Conscious Capitalism Matrix Structure
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As Conscious Capitalism becomes a more sought after Business Matrix Structure it’s easy to understand why more companies are seeking individuals who can help pioneer this new way of thinking.
Today’s cutting-edge leaders need to understand the full impact and meaning of “bottom-line”. There is a new approach to making money which enlists each team player creating a healthy culture and sustainable organization.
Empowerment Begins With Me, Then You, Then We
In 2005 a man named Daniel Pink appeared on Oprah with a new perspective on business and a provocative look at who he believed was going to rule the future. His unique worldview categorized business into four types of workers beginning with the 18th century.
The 18th century was known for the industry of farming. Labeling this era the agricultural age. One hundred years later man evolved into the 19th century and the industrial age of factory worker was born. The 20th century gave birth to the knowledge worker when computers and the internet connected humanity in the age of Aquarius, also known as, the information age. Which brings us to the new millennium beginning on January 1, 2001. Making way for a new path ahead as the Concept Worker pioneers the 21st century.
The Business Matrix Structure
The concept worker is one who is empathetic. According to Pink, this individual also has the capacity for high conceptualization. Although this type of individual has always been in existence the new century signaled the time the world was ready to embrace a right brain approach in a left brain corporate world. This realization is also similar to recognizing that although Thomas Edison invented the light bulb in 1879 electricity was always in existence. Thomas Edison represented a level of consciousness as the first individual to tap into the concept, known as electricity.
In addition, the concept worker’s resume touts skills such as creative, empathetic, and has the capacity for understanding the bigger picture. This individual finds joy through purpose. Furthermore, has a higher capacity to detect opportunities and is willing, as well as, thrives on connecting with others.
This Brings us to the Conscious Capitalism Matrix Structure below and a new way to Navigate the Challenges of Relationship Issues in the Workplace.
Imagine if your employees showed up for work every day eager and willing to do their best. Not because they are getting paid, but because they realize by doing so, they impact every other aspect of their lives as well. According to Daniel Pink, there are three surprising truths about what motivates an individual: Autonomy, Mastery, and Purpose. I”m going to take the liberty to add a fourth motivating factor according to David Hawkins M.D. Ph.D.
“All of Mankind is Actually Motivated by Inner Love but has Simply Become Unaware”
Do you need to motivate a sales team or just want to create a culture of productivity and optimism? We can help your company thrive by inspiring your staff to find their personal power and inner inspiration. Each individual will learn how to serve powerfully. Our practitioners bring experience, dynamics and personal stories of what the path to fulfillment really looks like when it comes to all spectrum’s of the success ladder. Do you have a mission statement that includes making the world a better place? Are your employees aligned with your vision?
“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.” Rumi
The term “Conscious Capitalism” was coined by Nobel Peace Prize recipient Muhammad Yunus in 2006. Mr. Yunus, through the first-hand experience of hundreds of thousands people dying of starvation in Bangladesh.
Mr. Yunus was compelled to do something for the people without knowing what to do. As such, he approached banks campaigning to give the people loans and only faced rejection.
After six months of rejection, he decided to do something different. Upon co-signing for the community the banks thought he would learn a lesson and finally give up when all the borrows defaulted leaving him holding the responsibility of the debt.
It’s important to note, none of this happened. To this day he has over 7.5 million borrowers of which 92% are women. There are 25,000 self-sufficient branches providing loans to the community. Mr. Yunus has a staff consisting of 27,000. There are 18,000 students in universities on full scholarships and 100,000 beggars in the program as well. Mr. Yunus accomplished all of this by doing the opposite of what the big banks do. Although all of this is most impressive it is his first-hand experience with human behavior that makes this story incredibly compelling and his statement,
Mr. Yunus accomplished all of this by doing the opposite of what the big banks do. Although this is most impressive it is his first-hand experience with human behavior that makes this story incredibly compelling and his statement,
“We are all born with the same potential. It is the mindset that limits”
Creating a healthy culture and sustainable business model hinges on the collective of an organization.