The latest survey reveals several areas of significant divergence – suggestions on how to process?
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Perhaps the first question to ask is what are the barriers that hold us back from trusting each other? If those barriers could be isolated and overcome would we then be willing to change?
I know that when I don’t trust somebody it’s typically not malicious but as a result of fear or insecurity.
I don’t know if that’s the case here or not, but it’s somewhere to start.
I had a boss once who confronted these problems head on…if you went to him and said “I’m having a problem with John.” he would stop you right there, call John and get the two of you in the same room and force the confrontation for the sake of quicker healing.
Sometimes it was uncomfortable, but it always worked out.
If one or more of us has a problem with any one leader or group of leaders, we need to TALK about it and get it out in the open.
At least, that’s my take.
I should have picked a more anonymous name for this blog, I’m going to get myself in trouble…
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