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Oct 30, 2013

The importance of Spiritual Recollection for Organization

Do you sometimes feel that your job is already a drudgery? And you’re simply going through the motions of your work for the reason that you need to feed your family? Why not re-charge your flagging motivation by submitting your organization to a procedure that is still alien to many organizations. The method that I’m talking about is called Recollection: Spiritual Recollection.

Recollection is for every organization, for as long as there are organizations be it for profit or non-profit. It is a must for organizations to undergo this process of spiritual recollection. Much more if an organization is profit oriented for the simple reason that recollection will surely invigorate the spirit and motivation of an organization’s human resource.  

Organizations from time to time goes through the process of organizational seminars, talks  team buildings and so forth. The obvious reason behind is they want to upgrade the operational capability  and ability of their human resource. But organizations very seldom undergo Spiritual Recollections; I think this is a need yet un- explored by Organizations.

In the Bible: after the working so hard in advancing the teaching of Jesus. The disciples gathered around Him and told Him about their accomplishments. Jesus told them: "Come away by yourselves to a deserted place and rest a while." So they went off in the boat by themselves to a deserted place. (Mark 6:30-32).

Relating this event with an Organization’s Human Resource who works very hard for the organization to earn profit. I think they also deserve to rest for a while and re-charge their parched spirits who badly hungers for the word of God.

 If you would submit your HR to this procedure you will be amazed by the unquantifiable good that it will create on your HR and your entire Organization as a whole. - Marino J. Dasmarinas

Oct 22, 2013

The importance of Organizational Mission statement

Does your organization have a mission statement?

Mission statement is a very important component to an organization’s existence because it clearly defines the fundamental purpose of the organization. This purpose of existence will be the uniting factor for the organization towards the achievement of their organizational goals. For example,  The Mission Statement of a car manufacturing company is: To manufacture affordable and durable cars for the common people.   

Every organization must have a mission statement for its existence for the reason that this statement serves as its guiding light. Every organization must see to it that it creates its own unique Mission Statement that will serve as its organizational identity. 

Without Mission there’s no defining reason for the employees to rally behind except to earn their salaries. And this kind of situation is a threat to the fundamental existence of an organization.

However, if every organization would create a Mission statement it will ensure direction and relevant existence for the organization. It clearly defines also the identity of the organization and it creates an awareness upon the minds of its workforce that they should also help their organization achieve its mission. - Marino J. Dasmarinas 

Oct 14, 2013

I conduct and provide relevant and tailor made Human Behavior in Organization Talks/Lectures and Seminar Workshop: Marino J. Dasmarinas

Get in touch and hire me if you need a Human Behavior in Organization speaker/Lecturer and Seminar Workshop Facilitator. I design tailor made modules based on the needs of your organization. – Marino J. Dasmarinas  

Oct 8, 2013

How to effectively address Organizational Problems

Company executives are once in a while confronted with problems that will challenge their decision making abilities. What must they do to ensure that they will properly address/ solve the problem?

There’s no assurance that the action that will be made by them would solve whatever organizational problems that they have. But there are steps that they must follow to at least assure them that whatever decision that they will be making will not be made in haste. We all know that decisions made in haste in any field of endeavor are usually wasted decisions because of the haste factor. As they say: "Haste makes waste."

To avoid this tragedy the ff: actions must be undertaken.

1. Find out then pinpoint the problem.
2. Create measures or plan of actions that will help solve the problems.
3. Create a process of elimination among alternatives then pick the best alternative.
4. Apply the best alternative and carefully monitor its implementation until such time that the problem has been solved.

Marino J. Dasmarinas

Oct 7, 2013

I conduct Lectures/Talks/Seminars on Human Behavior in Organization: Marino J. Dasmarinas

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Oct 3, 2013

Does it pay to become a Socially Responsible Organization?

The law of Karma states that the effect of a one’s actions is looked upon as an influential factor in one’s destiny. Having said this, what if your organization stands alone by itself. Without any concern for its immediate surrounding environment, will it soon be doomed? Or will it continue to grow and prosper?

There is no substantive studies that say that those socially responsible organizations are more successful than those who are not. But if we play it by observation we will discover that those organization that gives back to their communities or donate to various charitable organization are the ones that are more financially successful than the others who don’t give.

Let us take for example some big corporations who endow sizeable amount to their favored charitable organizations.  Their endowment is linked to their success; the more that they are successful the more that they give back.

There are many more organizations that are socially responsible. They always see to it that a certain percentage of their profit goes back to charitable organizations or non governmental organizations.

For the reason that they believe that it really pays to become a socially responsible organization. Being socially responsible also help create a positive self image for an organization this eventually translates to more customers and profits.

Does it pay to be a Socially Responsible Organization? Yes of course! _ Marino J. Dasmarinas