The Unspoken Rules at ONDI

1. Say No to "Check - in" time

What motivates you to wake up and go to work every morning? The desire to contribute or the fear of the fine for being late? Maybe the second reason will bother you more. ONDI doesn't want that to happen and we have established a special rule. Members don't have fixed working hours during the day and can adjust individually, as long as you work for 8 hours with the most comfortable state of mind to enjoy and dedicate.

“Doing what you like is freedom. Liking what you do is happiness.” - Sudha Murty

2. The important thing is attitude

Attitude in the workplace plays a significant role in determining personal success and happiness. A positive attitude, willingness to learn, and dedication not only foster personal development but also create a positive influence on the work environment. We aim to spread joy, foster strong connections, and create an environment that nurtures individuals to their best potential.

“People may hear your words, but they feel your attitude.” - John C. Maxwell

3. You Won't Know Until You Try

Have you ever hesitated to try something new or been asked about something you've never encountered before? Don't hastily decline the opportunity to experience; instead, pave a new path for yourself. You can't predict whether that path will lead to a significant turning point, pushing your limits beyond what you thought possible. ONDI wants to create opportunities for all the members, because the development of each individual contributes to a strong and united collective.

“The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt

4. Debates with Purpose

In debates, do you aim to be the winner? Sometimes, we get lost in the flow of thoughts and forget our initial purpose, leading to conflicts with other members around us. When you're at ONDI, the goals of meetings are set and the proceedings are regulated to focus on finding solutions for those goals. Members consistently strive for collective development and are unafraid to express their personal viewpoints to bring forth the best possible solutions. In that moment, all of us become winners.

“Calm, open debate, and logical thought drive strength to its maximum effectiveness.” - Billy Corgan