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Unity of purpose is a positive powerful effect of creating meaningful work for individuals with a mission and sense of direction for the organization as a whole.
Unity is the ability to bring together people from different backgrounds, disciplines, cultures, and generations. Without the unity provided by this vision, the team becomes disjoined and scattered.
Unity provides clarity among people with different talents and abilities. When we are unified through a vivid vision, we can see how each person’s talent contributes to the everyday fulfillment of that vision.
Where there is unity, there is victory.
Today’s best performance is tomorrow’s baseline. We act as if there’s no limit to our abilities. We are a restless organization that is never satisfied and continually looks for new and better ways of doing things.
High-performance manifests in many ways. We do high-quality work with speed. It means performing under high-pressure. While constantly expanding your comfort zone and capacity and adapting and solve new problems quickly. We have a whatever-it-takes attitude and are resourceful problem-solvers.
What it does not mean is that you need to get everything done yourself or create drama and/or chaos for others.
We get the right things done that move the vision and mission forward.
As the company grows, each and every one of us has a responsibility to each other, the company and the millions of people we serve around the world.
What loyalty means is doing the right thing when no one is looking. We are dedicated, passionate, energetic, and committed to our mission and vision.
It means being there to serve – in good times and bad. We put group interest ahead of self interest.
Extreme ownership is a term coined by a world-famous Navy Seal commander and leadership strategist. What the practice of extreme ownership looks like is owning everything in your world, to an extreme degree.
We take ownership for ALL areas of our life. We are responsible for not just those tasks which we directly control, but for all those that affect whether or not our mission is successful.
Example: If you are involved in a project in any way shape or form, if your objective is not met, you take ownership for it. As you meet members of Team Dan Lok, you’ll notice this. The A-players on the team never B.M.Ws. which stands for: “bitches, moans or whines”. Instead of BMW-ing, the A-players on Team Dan Lok say: “I am responsible for this. I will do whatever it takes to get it done.”
They say this even if it is an unforeseen failure in technology that caused the delay, or they or another team member who they’re leading caused the issue – it does not matter.
An A-player who takes extreme ownership takes responsibility for the overall outcome.
We go above and beyond to make sure our clients achieve their desired value and outcome from our products and services.
We are not just satisfied with acquiring MORE clients – the relationship does not stop at the point of purchase, it’s a long-term relationship where we focus on transforming them into SUCCESSFUL clients
We are committed to continuous improvement of our skills, supporting and challenging one another to achieve progressively higher standards and greater profitability.
When you talk to any Team Dan Lok member, you’ll notice this. You can walk up to any member of the team and talk to them. Chances are they are taking a course, reading a new book, or finding a new way to improve themselves and the way we do things within the team.
And everyone is doing this out of their own free will – without being told to do so. It is this obsession with growing ourselves and the company constantly.
This is key for keeping us on the cutting-edge and to accelerate the growth of the company. Plus, it makes our journey together a lot more fun.
There’s no such thing as a self-made millionaire.
Only TEAM-made millionaires. But how do you get the best out of team members and inspire them to give their best to help your business grow and be successful?