participate

The Benefits Of Experience Keep Growing

benefits of experience

He knows the water best who has waded through it. Danish Proverb Being able to call upon experience enables us to create and embrace change without being chased by the hounds of doubt. Experience replenishes us much like raindrops work their way into underground reservoirs collecting together into a powerful resource. The benefits of experience…

Read More

Get Closer Employee Cooperation In 5 Steps

Randomly visit any company headquarters and once in the front door you’ll feel a low level drum beat extolling Employee Cooperation. Look around for a moment and you’ll see banners hanging from the ceiling with pithy sayings about cooperation and teamwork, upon closer look you may see plaques listing Team of the Month or Cooperation…

Read More

Closer Employee Cooperation

For most organizations, building high performance teams is not only a priority; it is a necessity. In today’s unstable and complex business environment, it’s no surprise then that ongoing tensions exist between the demand to produce and the need to cooperate – both of which are required in high performing teams. Yet in my experience,…

Read More

Who Has Time for Engagement?

[aesop_audio src=”https://www.whatisdialogue.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Engagement.mp3″ loop=”off” viewstart=”off” viewend=”on” hidden=”off”] Employee engagement. A hot topic these days. According to Gallup, “only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work.” In other words, only 1 out of 8 employees are “psychologically committed to their jobs and likely to be making positive contributions to their organizations.” Actively disengaged employees worldwide? 24%,…

Read More

Participate in The Whole

[aesop_audio src=”https://www.whatisdialogue.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Participate-In-The-Whole.m4a” loop=”off” viewstart=”off” viewend=”off” hidden=”off”] In the Introduction to Bohm’s book, On Dialogue, Peter Senge shares his view of the modern world – a world that “is full of increasingly stunning technological advances and an increasing inability to live together.” The fundamental problem here, according to Bohm, is that “the whole is too much.…

Read More