It's time to take an
ENERGY-BASED APPROACH TO WORK*
✱This is how you help people #lovework
THE WAY WORK HAPPENS IS
And we know we need to evolve, but our organizational changes don't achieve their desired impact — there's a 70% failure rate (and has been for decades).
MOST CHANGE EFFORTS FAIL BECAUSE WE DON'T CHANGE THE "OPERATING SYSTEM" (OS) OF HOW WE WORK.
Our organizations are running the equivalent of Windows 95 — which is CRAZY in an iOS/Android world.
The Helios Approach offers an Energy-Based Operating System (ebOS) — and it's revolutionary.
HELIOS OFFERS A NEW
THE FUTURE OF WORK IS HELIOCENTRIC
The Helios Approach gives us a new way to work —
one that GIVES people energy (instead of sucking it out).
How much more will our organizations achieve when every person
is working on things that make them energized and at their best?
Put energy at the center of the way you work —
you won't believe the amazing new conversations
and ideas that start to happen.
You can start to "hack" and replace an old organizational OS with just three things...
A "noble cause" with enough gravitational, magnetic power to serve as everyone's singular boss
Collectively-agreed-upon principles allowing people to move toward the noble cause without friction
Open each person's battery to get them in "flow" and offer their highest and best contribution
Still wrapping your head around this? No problem! Here's some of our latest and best thinking.
“Look at your spend” “Free up some cash” We all seem to be hearing a lot of these kinds of statements right now. And they’re mostly understandable. We’re in a strange, new situation for which there’s literally no precedent, and this naturally causes us to be more cautious. As we encounter various flavors of “budget … Read More
Today we’re honored to feature Helios Tribe member Ray Rood and his insightful thoughts on times of disruption. Enjoy! // Last fall I was given a copy of Simon Sinek’s book, The Infinite Game, and in it was introduced to the concepts of finite and infinite mindsets. After reading the book I determined that Andrea … Read More
As much as we know that “words make worlds” in our Appreciative Inquiry global community, sometimes there are no words that seem just right to capture everything in our heads and hearts. The perfect word to accurately reflect the mix of emotions that we, like all of you, are experiencing on a daily basis alludes … Read More