CREATING REAL ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
You cannot help but to step up and participate in creating change within your organization - it’s who you are. You hold up a mirror up to your organization and say, “Is this the way we should do it?” You know your job is not just to execute on the organizational strategy, it’s also to ask questions that can help make the organization better. You understand and appreciate the processes already in place and the good work that it has taken to get them there, but you always try to find a way to deliver improved results.
Your input could result in new products being created that better benefit the public, or if you’re in the private sector, increase profitability. Your perspective protects the organization from its blind spots. You might be Black or Brown or a woman (or all the above), or you might just be an ally. One doesn’t have to have to be of a group to care about a group – to care about the whole. Quite often, it’s the ally holding up a mirror that’s more well received by leadership. Whatever the situation, it’s you that will try to make it better.
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