unCUlturers: musings on organizational culture & development (and stuff about credit unions too)
 
Why do so many organizations, be they churches, non-profits, or corporations, claim to really engage their people; while people at these same organizations would have a hard time agreeing  that that's the case?

Odd, yet sadly predictable in many scenarios...
 


01/03/2011 19:40

My thoughts: I think many organizations know that their folks are disengaged, or not as engaged as they want. Part of the deception is that "if I tell folks that we're engaging, maybe they'll believe it and get involved."

Volunteer-led organizations lose steam trying to include others - shortage of hours/energy (ASTD/Churches).

Corporations fail to engage because it's so hard to tie to the bottom-line and it lives in HR or training, which are often seen as legal necessities. If ops beat the drum about engagement, there would be a totally different reaction to it.

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01/25/2012 13:56

Great info, thx

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01/27/2012 08:53

Fine post dude

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03/22/2012 11:47

Many thanks for details

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