The Great Culture Reset

As I see the issue, viewing the people in an organization as "capital" to be spent or squandered or invested creates the problem. People do not belong to the organization; they belong only to themselves and are not commodities to be traded or a resource to be used at the whim of leadership.

When business (organization) leaders begin to view their role from a vision driven, strategic perspective, they will understand that their responsibility is to design and create an environment in which the people of the organization may flourish instead of flounder.

The values of the ultimate leadership group will need to evolve to the place where the human dignity of those that have chosen to deliver their time and attributes to the purpose of the enterprise are listened to, respected for their humanity and given the freedom and support to perform productively. When this happens, there will be no need for a "great resignation."

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