When we say, Speak with Aloha, we mean, Get the values of Aloha into your language and all your communications. Talk the talk.
This alpha Index will point you toward the articles which explain the lexicon used here on Managing with Aloha, within our Language of Intention:
From our 9 Key Concepts:
Key 5. LANGUAGE OF INTENTION:
Language, vocabulary, and conversation combine as our primary tools in business communications, just as they do in our lives: What we speak is fifty times more important than what we read or write. The need for CLEAR, intentional, reliable and responsive communication is critical in thriving businesses — and in learning cultures, for we learn an extraordinary amount from other people. Drive communication of the right cultural messages, and you drive mission momentum and worthwhile energies. Communication will factor into every single value in some way as its primary enabler. The Managing with Aloha language of intention is inclusive, and is therefore defined as the “Language of We” with the value of KĀKOU as guiding light.
For a more complete introduction to this Resource Page, click to:
Managing with Aloha’s Lexicon Morphology
#AlohaIntentions: Aloha Intentions: Ke Ola Series 2
1, 2, 5 and 7: Managerial Batching: 1, 2, 5 and 7
9 Key Learning: The 9 Key Concepts — Why these 9?
10 Beliefs of Great Managers: A Manager’s Calling: The 10 Beliefs of Great Managers
Adjacent Possibility: Back to the Beginning
Alaka‘i Batch 24: Better Person, Better Manager, Better Leader. Alaka‘i Batch 24
Alaka‘i Benefactor: The Alaka‘i Benefactor: Sharing in the ‘Ohana in Business
Alaka‘i Manager: “I’m a manager.”
Aloha Spirit: What is the Aloha Spirit? It’s you!
Aloha Energy: Alaka‘i Managers are the new Energy Bunnies
Analog Magic: Carry, and Use, Pen and Paper
Automatic Pilot (Sin 3): The 3 Sins of Management — and the Cure for all 3
Behavior Hacking: To Manage with Aloha is to Hack Behavior
Believe in your Biology: Palena ‘ole Positivity is Hō‘imi— look for it
Big Rocks Metaphor: Next-stepping and other Verbs
[The Rub of the] Brutal Questions: The Victory of Continuous Celebration
Boss: Good word, great role: Be the Best Boss
Circle of Influence: Hana ‘eleau: Working in the Dark
Compensation in the OIB: Let’s Talk Compensation
Competence in the OIB: Mad Respect for Competence
Conversational Staff Relationships: All Conversations Are Not Created Equal
Culture, defined: Collect stories. Dispel myths
D5M ~ Daily 5 Minutes: Revisiting the Daily 5 Minutes: Lessons Learned
Debriefing: Sunday Mālama: Debrief to Recharge your Aloha Spirit
Doing the Drill Down: Doing the Drill Down: Less is More
“Don’t add; Replace.”: What can you Stop, and, what Must you Continue?
Fairness versus Consistency: You can’t “Be fair.” Be consistent. (Redux)
Financial Literacy: Conceptualize Your Financial Literacy
Finding: “Managers are answerFINDERS, not answerGIVERS”: Managing: Learn how to ask “Why?”
Followership: Purposeful Following
Give Access to Knowledge: Managing Energies: Struggle & Ease
Good, and Great: 1. Good 2. Hana ‘eleau: Working in the Dark 3. A Manager’s Calling: The 10 Beliefs of Great Managers
Good Selfishness: Day 1 for Job 1: A Good Selfishness
Hire/Select for TALENT: Managing Energies: Struggle & Ease
Hō, Ho‘o, and Hō‘imi: Palena ‘ole Positivity is Hō‘imi— look for it
Holiday Batching: Just 5 Over the Holidays
Ho‘ohiki: On Ho‘ohiki: Keeping your promises
Huddle up: Huddles, Values and the Work Ethic we Value
Human Energy is Primary Resource: Alaka‘i Managers are the new Energy Bunnies
“I can’t” may really mean, “I won’t”: Banish your Possibility Robbers
Juggling Irrelevancy: What can you Stop, and, what Must you Continue?
Language of We (and Language of Intention): The Language of We
Leading with Aloha: On Leaders, Leading, and Leadership: The How and Why
Learning the Ropes: New to Management: A Learn-the-Ropes Checklist
Less is More: Doing the Drill Down: Less is More
Lies of Omission (Sin 2): The 3 Sins of Management — and the Cure for all 3
Ma‘alahi Mornings and Mahalo Nights: Sunday Mālama: Ma‘alahi Mornings and Mahalo Nights
[The] Manager’s Oath: Managers Make Promises They Can Keep
Management Style as Reputation: Management Style by Habit
Managing versus Leading, per MWA definition: Getting the Old to Become New Again
Mission and Vision: Seek a Better Mission
Mountain Climbing: “Keep Moving Uphill”
Mr. Biv: Mistakes, Rework, Breakdowns, Inefficiencies, and Variation: Beauty in the Work: “Things Occur to You.”
OIB: The ‘Ohana in Business® business model: ‘Ohana x2 and the 10 Tenets of an ‘Ohana in Business and The ‘Ohana in Business Starts with “Why?”
Partner not employee: Can everyone be a Partner?
Passion: “Passion is a direct result of the healthy culture-building done with value alignment.” Got Passion?
Personal-1st/ Professional-2nd/ Integrated Work Ethic formula: We Earn Our Keep, Integrated
Possibility Robbers: Banish your Possibility Robbers
Reset Opportunity: The Opportunity to Reset
Sense of Hope: Ka lā hiki ola and Leadership: A Sense of Hope
Should-ing: Banish your Possibility Robbers
Storied history: Collect stories. Dispel Myths.
Strengths are TALENTS applied, and in use (and Weaknesses are NON-TALENTS: Managing Energies: Struggle & Ease
Tacit Approval (Sin 1): The 3 Sins of Management — and the Cure for all 3
Talking story: Talking Story is Thriving. It’s What We Do.
“Thrill to the work”: Beauty in the Work: “Things Occur to You.”
Train to develop SKILLS: Managing Energies: Struggle & Ease
Unintentional Neglect: Hana ‘eleau: Working in the Dark
Value Immersion: About our Ho‘ohana Community’s Practice of Value Immersion
Value-verbing: Next-stepping and other Verbs
Workaholic Behavior: Hana ‘eleau: Working in the Dark
Work/Life Integration: Hana ‘eleau: Working in the Dark
Working in the Dark: Hana ‘eleau: Working in the Dark
This is intended to be an identifier index, linking you to the suggested first read — the initial article within which a concept was born, or one where it had truly gelled within the morphology of our lexicon.
If you are new to the site and to the Ho‘ohana Community of Managing with Aloha practitioners, I highly recommend the New Here? Resource Page as a place to start: It briefly site-maps how we navigate here, and offers several suggested reading paths.
This page is a work-in-progress, however it is not intended to be a comprehensive index of all articles: That is how the Archives, blog categories and tags should be used (and if all else fails, the search box in the right-side column). The Glossary is offered to quickly define on our Hawaiian labeling for you.
I welcome your feedback: If you have a suggestion for this, or any of the Resource Pages listed in the right-side column of the blog, please let me know. Scroll to the comment boxes available after the footer on this posting: Managing with Aloha’s Lexicon Morphology.