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A congressional subcommittee was investigating a corporate scandal. Like there was some magic structure that Enron and [Arthur] Andersen had come up with to make this work. But our guest today says acts of workplace courage can be much smaller and less dramatic than this and still be quite effective and important. Jim, thanks for coming on the show. It seems almost anti-climactic.
But then what happens when you do it? What do they do differently? We need somebody else to change. The targets might be much more compelled by this is an opportunity. Look at the exciting upsides.
This is another key step that your research shows is important if you want to be successful in doing courageous things competently in the office. What for me also was a much more novel finding was this idea that very few things that are worthy of being called courageous end in the moment.
You know, when things go well, even in those instances, often there are these important next steps of how do you think those who offered their support, how do you thank those and give credit to those who stood with you? How do you make sure you actually go and secure the follow-up steps, the actual resources that were discussed in the moment? How do you basically take the success you had and lock it in?
How do you skillfully go about, you know, either repairing those relationships, helping people see past, uh, you know, their current anger or hurt or fear and move forward? What I learned is that there are people who are really skillful at emotion management after these difficult moments. And one part of that emotion management is within the self. And actually just sort of further seal that, you know, that loop that says this is a terrible thing to do.
But there are others who, who really just view all of that as data. So symbolically you have to really publicly celebrate instances where people were bold and innovative. Where they went beyond, you know, what they were authorized to do on behalf of the organization. Where they pushed or challenged you or somebody else. You have to, you have to celebrate that. Because you have to change the urban legends. I mean, if you ask most people about, you know, oh, what happens when people courageously do XYZ, what the answer you get is, you know, people got their head chopped off.
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And he's not alone. Outside Sydney there are more than fi fty community gardens. In the garden at the Addison Road Centre people grow all kinds of things, from bananas to coffee, herbs, beans and vegetables. They also have lemon, peach and cherry trees. People come here to learn new skills related to organ ic gardening and recycling.
Maxwell shares the land 7 Find and correct the mistakes. They grow bananas, coffee and a spelling mistake in each sentence. Russia 3 Have you got an extra ticket?
I'd like to Every weekend in the summer, the roads of Russia's big cities are fu ll of come to. A 'dacha' can be anything 4 We spent the weekend by the see. People from the city can enjoy the clean air 6 Are you sure this is the write way?
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