Obsessed for good surfaced naturally as a truth for how this organization operates and it has remained their mantra since. In this episode, David talks with Amy Pyles, President of Saxum, about what obsessed for good means for their company and the five pillars they use to guide clients as well as themselves.
Obsessed for Good
What is the deeper meaning of the motto, obsessed for Good?
Is the work we’re doing in alignment with our tenants of obsessed for good and how does it match up internally?
The five tenants of Obsessed for Good are used with clients but also in our own business.
How to balance taking a stand on things that matter in a way that unites and doesn’t divide people.
Building bridges between companies or foundations that are investing in an area so that whatever is done is done together.
What are a few ways to be an uniter, not a divider, and how can we commit to that principle?
Know the human being who you’re leading because people have different needs.
You can have boundaries while still delivering on expectations. Those are not mutually exclusive.
Do you have approaches that you have found in your leadership to maintain a, let’s call it human-friendly, emotional, physically healthy, and mentally healthy workplace?
Amy’s goal of focusing on whose leadership she is impacting and how am to help others achieve their potential.
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