Social agreements relating to communication (dialogue), inclusion, transparency, self interest and the well-being of the individuals and the organisation in human interactions that give individuals latitude to be self organising, work with high degrees of autonomy, and engage more relationally? A Utopian View?

My worklife experience suggests that working in this type of  environment gives far more meaning to me. As my employer and leader you might get the best from me!

My view of  entrepreneurship and growth, image updating would be the use of  routinised iterative framework to build a dynamic process of learning insofar as work practices and management actions are concerned. Being led and enabled by a social process based on the view of sustainable business growth and entrepreneurship as “a social process of learning within which individual contributions can come from the bottom up, as well as from specialist staff” and that growth is an essentially “evolutionary concept based on the cumulative growth of the collective knowledge, in the context of a purposive firm” seems a logical approach (Penrose, 2009).
A preferred future, where I spend my time and energy in quality interactions, make contribution, and fulfil my purpose seems to a far more effective driver for me. When I know I matter to you, you matter to me-are we really encouraging better social agreements-where we all experience success?

Can we really sustain growth if work life is purely transactional?

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Kieth Deats is a specialist in Equality-Based Practice and has committed his lifetime’s work and doctoral practice study to addressing equality at every level of society as a practitioner. He is driven to enable this with individuals, teams and leaders.

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Kieth partners with peer practitioners and entrepreneurs, working to develop frameworks that introduce and integrate Equality-Based practices and management actions to update and evolve their enterprises. The goal is to sustain and increase rates of growth, with a determination to see each other’s success and the well-being of leaders and their organisations as a priority for Modern Enterprise.
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