One thing I know from experience: when people are given a chance to participate in creating something good, solving a problem, and play a role in adding value through the use of their mind, hands, and heart, good things happen. Â Indeed, morale increases and a type of magic takes place – a feeling joy can be seen in people’s faces.
When I lead Kaizen and encourage others to participate and, over time, as I take a smaller role and “allow them to increase while I decrease”, I have seen people blossom. Â Indeed, experiencing humans develop is a very cool thing and I’m so fortunate to have helped others grow.
I found this poster on someone’s wall.
For the record, I don’t agree with the its message. Â But, the poster is an indictment of most businesses and organizations that preach one thing, but behave completely contrary to the development of the individual and team.
The poster is a satirical commentary on most businesses; a dilbert-ian commentary on what you and I experience in world of work.
What do you think? Â Do you agree or disagree? Â What is your experience?