The You and Me Principle - Shift
The ANA Multicultural Marketing & Diversity Committee sits at the intersection of multicultural marketing & diversity management. The mission of the committee is . Back in the 'dark ages' when I started my marketing career, 'brand' was Why Emotional Intelligence May Be the Key to Building Client Relationships That was the key message of David Sloly's riveting story (definitely not a. David is a qualified teacher and Senior Fellow of the Higher Education.
Clinton held her first major campaign rally June 13,at Franklin D. In her speech, Clinton addressed income inequality in the United Statesspecifically endorsed universal pre-kindergartenpaid family leaveequal pay for women, college affordability, and incentives for companies that provide profit sharing to employees.
And often paying a lower tax rate. So, you have to wonder, 'When does my hard work pay off? When does my family get ahead? Democracy can't be just for billionaires and corporations. Prosperity and democracy are part of your basic bargain, too. You brought our country back. Now it's time—your time—to secure the gains and move ahead. Political positions of Hillary Clinton Supporters of Hillary Clinton raising a sign its contents being spelled "Hillary" and with the "H" being composed of Clinton's logo Clinton focused her candidacy on several themes, including raising middle class incomes, expanding women's rights, instituting campaign finance reform, and improving the Affordable Care Act.
In Marchshe laid out a detailed economic plan, which The New York Times called "optimistic" and "wide-ranging". Export-Import Bankand holds that "any trade deal has to produce jobs and raise wages and increase prosperity and protect our security". It was actually nonpartisan. Iowa has had a testing system based on a core curriculum for a really long time.
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And [speaking to Iowans] you see the value of it, you understand why that helps you organize your whole education system. And a lot of states unfortunately haven't had that, and so don't understand the value of a core, in this sense a Common Core. Clinton is in favor of maintaining American influence in the Middle East.
She opposes Trump's call to ban Muslims from the United States as "shameful" and "dangerous". She also claimed Trump's statement was "a reflection of much of the rest of his party", as "many GOP candidates have also said extreme things about Muslims. Clinton campaign strategists reportedly believed that a strong liberal campaign would mobilize the same voters who swept Barack Obama to victory in and Her strategy of embracing Obama's policies proved highly effective with African American Democratic voters in the South Carolina Democratic primary.
Third, the shift in managerial models and protocols: I stress again, there have been huge benefits but at great cost as we have hollowed out the heart of our businesses with call centres, our high streets with cash points and self-service checkouts, our neighbourhoods with design that strips out interaction and our public services with carers commissioned for 7 minute visits, retendered every 3 months. Furthermore each separate influence, has supported and been supported by, the other two so driving fundamental change in the way we live our lives and relate to one another.
Second, a loss in our collective capacity, resilience and readiness I talked about the social capital that was missing for the children on the bus. We are four times more likely to find work through friends than through the Job Centre.
Wherever we look services are most effective when relationships are prioritised. Those most disadvantaged by the loss in our collective capacity are also most dependant on effective agencies and personalised services.
The camels at the front of our society moving so much faster than those at the back that it eventually ceases to be one caravan, one society. Neighbourhoods, cities, nations are built from the aggregation and interweaving of countless personal relationships — the world wide, Warm Web. An extravagant claim but if the foundational bonds are inadequate or dysfunctional then so inevitably is the national discourse, unstable and fractious.
Trump is the flower in the button hole of the invisible man.
To rebalance, to lose the personal touch here but compensate elsewhere. My peculiar way of doing business these last 40 years is actually a thing!
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Emboldened by this late epiphany I published a series of blogs. The bonds in our warmest webs, have depth. Here are some quick examples: A social worker told me about two elderly women living independently.
Six months ago they both caught the flu, stopped eating, forgot their regular medication. The first has now been moved, permanently, into a nursing home.
The second had been in an allotment group for many years.
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When she fell sick other members cooked meals, ran errands, checked daily. Now she is back digging onions. Remember those numbers about the fall in hospital admissions in Frome? This is exactly how that works. No one in that warm web would call themselves a carer or even a volunteer. The allotment group, the choir, the sports club, play street enable the building of meaningful connections.
Parents knows that their local networks improve when their children go to school but some improve more than others. A welcoming playground, a covered waiting area, seats all make a difference. Just as playgrounds bring us together so do markets, cul de sacs, even shared dustbins. These are the bumping places that we can design properly into where we live or design out.
We saw how organisational protocols can obstruct relationships or help them to flourish. If I need regular treatment for a chronic condition that keeps me housebound and alone for days I will want a doctor I trust and time for a conversation. GP caseloads could be segmented paying doctors more for patients who need more time.
And Social care might be better delivered by small local teams, based on the successful Buurtzog model, and trained and trusted to manage themselves.
More broadly services might never be commissioned without demonstrating how they will enable relationships to flourish for those that need them. Segmentation even works on the high street. There are many more on the blogs. How do we make them common place? I have three proposals: They have been planned for a smooth process, not designed for the best outcome.
Systematic transactions are plannable. Warm relationships cannot be so easily reduced to recurring algorithms. We can only unleash the potential here by designing or redesigning from a different, relationship centred perspective.
We are planning a community of practice which jointly builds, applies and shares a new Framework for Relationship-Centred Design. It will consist of a set of design principles which draw on other disciplines in an approach that can be widely understood and adopted.
The principles will be translated into practise with instruments for diagnosis, co design and measurement. And around these online tools there will be expert support and match making.
Nick Stanhope and the award winning Shift team have been pioneering service design in the social sector and will lead the work. The Lunch provided it with enduring impact. There is dead wood here but with 9. Stratford, Hull even Edinburgh have had much bigger adventures of their own with the Olympics, the City of Culture and the annual festival.
Whether its Garage Sales, Dragon Parades or Easter Races, people behave differently, most visibly for a short time but like the Big Lunch with an enduring legacy if certain magic ingredients are present. Suppose we think about Adventures everywhere guided by just two rules: That they are created by the local people and that they bring us together.
To make that happen at scale we might look for inspiration in a different field: Like the empty holiday houses it lies dormant. We too need something different to reach the unreached, a disruptor that would encourage such creativity everywhere but without owning the means. Perhaps as much as a Minister for loneliness we need a Minister for Great Adventures?
Can you see that happening? The Ministry would offer brokerage with improbable friends, perhaps a managed fund, some regional, maybe mayoral, challenges, bespoke schemes for business, and practical support for whole community adventures and for small ones focused on a single street or school. It would be eye catching, quirky and surprising. We would track and evaluate. We would learn fast and with smart adaptive management grow more.
Relationships shape every aspect of our lives. When they are deep we are strong. When they are shallow we are weak. They are the central operating principle. This is where the technology really comes into its own. Hive minds could spread the word and spawn the practise with an Open Book — a simple collaborative platform for what others are saying, writing, doing. We are planning a seminar co-led with Michael Little at the Institute on April 25th to help plot the next steps on this one.
Of course a tool for redesigning what we do, a sparky disruptor for tapping fresh potential and a programme for spreading the word is not a linear process. Supporting good design enables more to do it better… Involving others generates further learning and fuels the rolling narrative. This informs better design, and engages more. Momentum is acquired over time with a heart of its own.