3 Successful Examples of Circular Thinking at Work

When companies place their employees on the top of their priority list, profits follow. These three companies demonstrate how a business culture based on the circular traits of relationships, humanity, happiness, and openness can deliver the linear measurements of success owners seek (profits, bottom line, etc.).

These companies all have one thing in common: They established a culture where people come before profits. The employees they hire feel valued as whole human beings not just machines. This leads to higher commitment, greater loyalty, and increased productivity which ultimately results in a successful business however you define success.

3 Examples of Great Organizational Culture You Can Learn From

Written by:

Michelle Eades

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Author: Kim Hudson

I enjoy the big picture. I love to explore what is driving a situation, the archetypal nature of human beings, or the trend behind a collection of seemingly unrelated successes. My background reflects this. I began my working life as a geologist, working in male dominated exploration camps. As a result I'm fascinated with masculine feminine dynamics and how both exist in every person, to varying degree. I eventually studied writing for film and television and wrote a book on the feminine counterpart to the hero archetype. I give workshops on The Virgin's Promise: Writing Stories of Feminine Creative, Sensual and Spiritual Awakening worldwide. I particularly enjoy working with Raindance Film School in London. I have also been a Land Claims negotiator in the Yukon, working for the Canadian Federal Government. I was also a consultant to First Nations on geologic and environmental issues. This work with Western and Oral cultures created a foundation for my current book The Arrow and the Ring: Activating the Power of Linear and Circular Thinking. I enjoy writing, speaking, workshops and think tanks. Anything that presents the challenge of understanding the driving forces and co-creating new possibilities.

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