Six premises we apply in our work with clients

PREMISE 1

Better Still uses a humanistic, asset-focused approach in our products and services. We believe in building upon the skills, gifts, and experiences of those we work with, helping them to make even greater, more authentic contributions to their organizations and in their collaborative efforts.

PREMISE 2

We adhere to a belief in common ethics—moral principles and practices, and public standards, that rational people apply to guide interpersonal behavior.

PREMISE 3

We use a broad, intersectional definition of diversity, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, class, diverse abilities, learning styles, worldviews, and beliefs—within a framework of common ethics.

PREMISE 4

We believe in the transformational power of simple, intentional actions that professionals can take on their own or with colleagues to make work and relationships better. In turn, we are advocates of organizational learning.

PREMISE 5

Much of our work is rooted in the “ontology of language,” which posits that human beings create joint meaning and purpose, and coordinate actions, through language; and transformed language leads to transformed action.

PREMISE 6

Buckminster Fuller favored the use of tools to engender new thinking and behavior. We embrace that philosophy as well; our proprietary tools are designed to improve professional work while it happens.

Six premises we apply in our work with clients

PREMISE 1

Better Still uses a humanistic, asset-focused approach in our products and services. We believe in building upon the skills, gifts, and experiences of those we work with, helping them to make even greater, more authentic contributions to their organizations and in their collaborative efforts.

PREMISE 2

We adhere to a belief in common ethics—moral principles and practices, and public standards, that rational people apply to guide interpersonal behavior.

PREMISE 3

We use a broad, intersectional definition of diversity, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, class, diverse abilities, learning styles, worldviews, and beliefs—within a framework of common ethics.

PREMISE 4

We believe in the transformational power of simple, intentional actions that professionals can take on their own or with colleagues to make work and relationships better. In turn, we are advocates of organizational learning.

PREMISE 5

Much of our work is rooted in the “ontology of language,” which posits that human beings create joint meaning and purpose, and coordinate actions, through language; and transformed language leads to transformed action.

PREMISE 6

Buckminster Fuller favored the use of tools to engender new thinking and behavior. We embrace that philosophy as well; our proprietary tools are designed to improve professional work while it happens.

Six premises we apply in our work with clients

PREMISE 1

Better Still uses a humanistic, asset-focused approach in our products and services. We believe in building upon the skills, gifts, and experiences of those we work with, helping them to make even greater, more authentic contributions to their organizations and in their collaborative efforts.

PREMISE 2

We adhere to a belief in common ethics—moral principles and practices, and public standards, that rational people apply to guide interpersonal behavior.

PREMISE 3

We use a broad, intersectional definition of diversity, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, class, diverse abilities, learning styles, worldviews, and beliefs—within a framework of common ethics.

PREMISE 4

We believe in the transformational power of simple, intentional actions that professionals can take on their own or with colleagues to make work and relationships better. In turn, we are advocates of organizational learning.

PREMISE 5

Much of our work is rooted in the “ontology of language,” which posits that human beings create joint meaning and purpose, and coordinate actions, through language; and transformed language leads to transformed action.

PREMISE 6

Buckminster Fuller favored the use of tools to engender new thinking and behavior. We embrace that philosophy as well; our proprietary tools are designed to improve professional work while it happens.

Six premises we apply in our work with clients

PREMISE 1

Better Still uses a humanistic, asset-focused approach in our products and services. We believe in building upon the skills, gifts, and experiences of those we work with, helping them to make even greater, more authentic contributions to their organizations and in their collaborative efforts.

PREMISE 2

We adhere to a belief in common ethics—moral principles and practices, and public standards, that rational people apply to guide interpersonal behavior.

PREMISE 3

We use a broad, intersectional definition of diversity, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, class, diverse abilities, learning styles, worldviews, and beliefs—within a framework of common ethics.

PREMISE 4

We believe in the transformational power of simple, intentional actions that professionals can take on their own or with colleagues to make work and relationships better. In turn, we are advocates of organizational learning.

PREMISE 5

Much of our work is rooted in the “ontology of language,” which posits that human beings create joint meaning and purpose, and coordinate actions, through language; and transformed language leads to transformed action.

PREMISE 6

Buckminster Fuller favored the use of tools to engender new thinking and behavior. We embrace that philosophy as well; our proprietary tools are designed to improve professional work while it happens.

Six premises we apply in our work with clients

PREMISE 1
Better Still uses a humanistic, asset-focused approach in our products and services. We believe in building upon the skills, gifts, and experiences of those we work with, helping them to make even greater, more authentic contributions to their organizations and in their collaborative efforts.
PREMISE 2
We adhere to a belief in common ethics—moral principles and practices, and public standards, that rational people apply to guide interpersonal behavior.
PREMISE 3
We use a broad, intersectional definition of diversity, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, class, diverse abilities, learning styles, worldviews, and beliefs—within a framework of common ethics.
PREMISE 4
We believe in the transformational power of simple, intentional actions that professionals can take on their own or with colleagues to make work and relationships better. In turn, we are advocates of organizational learning.
PREMISE 5
Much of our work is rooted in the “ontology of language,” which posits that human beings create joint meaning and purpose, and coordinate actions, through language; and transformed language leads to transformed action.
PREMISE 6
Buckminster Fuller favored the use of tools to engender new thinking and behavior. We embrace that philosophy as well; our proprietary tools are designed to improve professional work while it happens.

Six premises we apply in our work with clients

PREMISE 1

Better Still uses a humanistic, asset-focused approach in our products and services. We believe in building upon the skills, gifts, and experiences of those we work with, helping them to make even greater, more authentic contributions to their organizations and in their collaborative efforts.

PREMISE 2

We adhere to a belief in common ethics—moral principles and practices, and public standards, that rational people apply to guide interpersonal behavior.

PREMISE 3

We use a broad, intersectional definition of diversity, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, class, diverse abilities, learning styles, worldviews, and beliefs—within a framework of common ethics.

PREMISE 4

We believe in the transformational power of simple, intentional actions that professionals can take on their own or with colleagues to make work and relationships better. In turn, we are advocates of organizational learning.

PREMISE 5

Much of our work is rooted in the “ontology of language,” which posits that human beings create joint meaning and purpose, and coordinate actions, through language; and transformed language leads to transformed action.

PREMISE 6

Buckminster Fuller favored the use of tools to engender new thinking and behavior. We embrace that philosophy as well; our proprietary tools are designed to improve professional work while it happens.