Danboise Mechanical’s Impressive ‘Recovery’ Habit

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Danboise Mechanical’s Impressive ‘Recovery’ Habit

Let’s face it, we all fall short in our attempts to be a professional. Whether it’s a small slip-up or something truly bone-headed, ‘recovery’ is really important. ‘Recovery’ (i.e. apologizing or the equivalent) speaks volumes about the professionalism of the individual and collectively it says a lot about the culture of the organization the person is a part of.  Without some form of ‘recovery’, people typically hold grudges that tend to poison the work environment.  An organization that has successfully created a habit within their people of ‘recovering from professional gaffes’ is to be admired. One of my clients, Danboise Mechanical, has successfully created such a habit.  This admirable habit is just one of the ‘fruits’ Danboise has reaped by adopting ‘professional values’ as their north arrow.

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Bill Wiersma
Bill Wiersma
Bill Wiersma is the founder and principal of Wiersma and Associates—a management consulting and training firm. Bill is a trusted advisor to executive leadership on senior team development and organizational culture. A renowned thought leader, Wiersma’s The Power of Professionalism is driving the way people think about professionals and, more importantly, changing the way professionals view themselves.

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