Taking Responsibility

March 15, 2009 at 10:12 am Leave a comment

talkIt’s good to see people want to engage in making a business better. But all too often it is easier to criticise or complain than to act.

One of the all time ‘greats’ is the area of internal communications. It’s an subject about which people in organisations, large and small, often like to vent their frustrations…and often rightly so. How frequently do you hear comments such as ‘no one communicates’, ‘how are we expected to be able to know that if no one tells us’, etc, etc?

But what is stopping the employees taking more responsibility for communications, setting the standard, asking for what they want?

So before you next get together over a coffee or stop for a chat in the car park to discuss what’s wrong, think what’s right and what you could do to help change things. Not everything has to come from the top down.

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