S7 E37-40- PILLAR #4 COMMITMENT – COMMITMENT TILL DEATH DOES US PART, EMBRACE YOUR DIFFERENCES IN YOUR BUSINESS AND LIFE PARTNERSHIP with Sarita Johan
S7 E37-40 (Build your Core)
PILLAR #4 COLLABORATION – COMMITMENT TILL DEATH DOES US PART, EMBRACE YOUR DIFFERENCES IN YOUR BUSINESS AND LIFE
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You are here with Sarita Johan, your host and I am the Partnership Coach for Dynamic Partnerships in Business and Life. My quest is simple, to help partnerships start strong and stay strong in Business and Life, how do we achieve this? By building a strong core.
The purpose of this weekly podcast is to have you be inspired through insights, ideas, and tools to help you navigate the Dynamic world of Business Partnerships.
At the core of this podcast series sits how to start your partnership strong and stay strong.
In the remainder of these series our focus is Business Partnerships who do life together. Genius or recipe for disaster? Let’s find out.
The working dynamics of a business partnership doing life together is uniquely different and there is a lot at stake here….
Episode 37 Pillar #4 Commitment Till death does us part, how to keep your promise in a Business and Life Partnership
The 5 pillar framework explores the ways you and your partner can achieve the biggest nett value for your partnership, your people and your clients in both business and life. Move away from guessing and start knowing the Dynamics in your partnership.
Continuing from last week’s episode where we explored Pillar #3 collaboration. We explored in what ways you can master collaboration.
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In the next episode we look at two of the collaboration models. Keen to hear from you, ask me a question or leave me a comment, visit ibgr.network locate the pulsating orange ? and leave me your comment or you can e-mail me direct on email@example.com
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Episode 38 You get what you accept, how to recognize non-commitment in a Business and Life Partnership
In episode 37 we explored what commitment is and now lets dive into the first of 3 ideas of how to make this as strong as possible in your partnership.
“Unless Commitment is made, there are only promises and hopes … but no plans.”
– Peter Drucker
As I mentioned in the last episode the reason why people are unwilling to commit can have different ways on how this plays out, at the core of it it is often caused by people liking the idea of it but then when they have to follow through things like fear of failure or in my view often the fear of success can pop up its ugly head. You see these are things you don’t often get taught in Business School, self-management and discipline are fundamental pieces to this complex puzzle. As you would have experienced to change something you more than likely need to give something up. So, people, often unconsciously choose the easier path. Did you answer the guess what in the previous episode?
The guess what is, that as long as you spend time with me here or when I coach you this is not an option. Is it easy hell no, is it possible hell yes!
Idea no 1.
· How do you recognize non-commitment (language)?
In this episode I want to address this beautiful thing called language. Language is such an interesting and powerful communication and observation tool providing you know what to look out for.
In my coaching discovery sessions this is the first thing I listen out for. What words are people using and in what context.
Examples of non-committal language are try, should, couldn’t, mustn't’. Do not accept just because.
Commitment builds trust, commitment turns ideas into reality. So why is it so hard? It requires discipline.
Every time we break a commitment with ourselves and others, it affects everything over time including trust.
In the next episode Episode 39 Breaking the cycle of non-commitment by how you make decisions in your Business and Life Partnership. You want to join me for the next episode as I zoom into an area that often does not get spoken about, decision making, do you know how you do this? And how does this impact commitment?
Join me after for episode 39 Breaking the cycle of non-commitment by knowing how you make decisions in your Business and Life Partnership
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Episode 39 Breaking the cycle of non-commitment by how you make decisions in your Business and Life Partnership
In Episode 38 You get what you accept we looked at the first idea for you to play with when it comes to non-commitment through observing language.
Isn’t it interesting what we can discover through this? What I want to look at next is now that we know what this looks like. What can you do about it? How can you and your partner communicate and ensure you pick up on when this takes place, and I don’t mean pointing it out or making one of you wrong. It is interesting how things are connected back to one thing, and this is what is the intent of this partnership and what goals do you have you want to achieve?
If you have suffered from non-commitment in your partnership and have identified this good on you.
Next I want to give you some insights on what you can do.
Through my own research and years of working with clients I have discovered that it is often not that people are not willing to do something just because, there is many times an underlying reason as to why this might be the case.
When not addressed blame can slip in and cause havoc, misalignment, poor communication and definitely confusion .
Commitment is about following through, being organised, it is a level of self-discipline and the good news is you can strengthen this muscle, first step is acknowledging and committing to whatever you have chosen.
I want to talk about how knowing how you make decisions can be the key to turning the ship around.
There are 3 distinct styles of decision-making.
If you’d like to find out more contact me as this is part of the coaching tool I use to assess those key areas and have helped many of my clients gain a deep understanding of who they are and what they can do to make these partnerships work.
We can break them down as following:
1. The Personal Style
2. The Practical Style
3. The Analytical Style
How will this help with commitment? If you have this deep knowledge and inside about each other you can work with it, you can support each other and save yourself a lot of time and effort and ensure you keep on track.
#preferences #decisionmaking #listening #coaching
Episode 40 Asking for what you want the key to have commitment stick in your Business and Life partnership
Idea no 3
How to make it stick (asking for what you want and agreement)
In the final series today as we are connecting it all up you and I have really looked at the what, the why and now what is it that you can do next.
In my view everything is solvable and by strengthening each of the pillars in the 5 step framework to build a strong Business partnership you need to vigilantly review each of the pillars frequently, perhaps even make a checklist to allow you not to forget or overlook.
What we look at next is how do we easily bring this all together?
The wonderful thing about being in this partnership is that you are both different and it is firstly accepting this, you will both have different management styles (hopefully because this is what you need). The dynamics that play out as an example is one could be the visionary and the other could be the executor of bringing it all together, which was def the case in my previous long-term partnership, whatever it is for you it is important to acknowledge this.
How are you finding to ask for what you want, for some it is really easy for others it is tricky to get this out of our heads firstly and then to articulate this in a way that each partner can understand.
1. Commitment is about compromises and agreeing despite different ideas
2. Knowing how you make decisions cuts through the noise
3. Asking for what you want in a structured way and investing time is key
4. Acknowledging you will not always get it right and failure is learning
5. Accountability - hold each other to account and review regularly wills save you time and avoid poor performance
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