As a blogger I am fortunate to have a number of folks’ who talk to me about what I write. This is one of their stories.
This blog may well reach out to many of us who have had those moments when we had to decide Truth or Secret. This may be YOUR STORY TOO…
- Which can you cope with?
- What do you REALLY want to KNOW?
- If we knew could we ever FORGET?
- If we knew could we ever FORGIVE?
- Would it make us STRONGER?
- Would it make us WEAKER?
- Would it destroy who we ARE?
- Would it define our CHARCTER for BETTER or WORSE?
Life has given all of us this CROSS ROAD and yet many of us HIDE truth and SECRET away for it is easier not to DEAL with REALITY.
Sometimes, we believe that not knowing is better than dealing with the the REALITY of TRUTH.
And yet…… those who don’t want to know will always remember… LINGERING DOUBTS LAST A LIFE TIME….
Do we REALLY believe that not KNOWING is the coping mechanism of LIFE?
Sometimes TRUTH is to damn HARD to cope with and too HURTFUL that we may never RETURN to who we ARE.
Sometimes the SECRET we keep is all the TRUTH we need and KNOW that the TWISTS and BENDS of life MAKES us WHO WE ARE!
The TRUTH is we all HAVE SECRETS the question is has HOW DID IT MAKE US BETTER PEOPLE…. Did it BUILD us or DIMINISH us?
Dedicated to all those who went through that dark tunnel! Thanks for sharing the journey.
What does it tell you about their employment brand? How will they ever be a successful long-term global company when they cannot manage their people or have effective communication that delivers both performance and trusting?
It is not helpful when the CEO can build a nursery next to her office and employees have to be “strapped” to their desks.
What human resource policy thought that will ever work?
Will being at a desk make any difference if people simply are already checked out?
I am reminded about the “Zeno” corporation and how they handled their employees. Vey differently. Their values included and encouraged work –life balance. They knew that was as important as promoting hard work and continued success.
Isn’t it a fact that great leaders think about their people as people as much as what productivity they can give?
Tying people to a desk will never achieve enlightenment. That is only achieved through inspirational, trusting and caring leadership.
There will always be people who don’t give a damn, that’s the ones that we all need to get off the bus.
There are many corporations who have offices across the world. What are we to do with all of them?
This is an era of virtual business. Creating trusting relationship through inspirational leadership drives both performance and followership.
Our leadership practices and style will determine who is with us.
Lets not make it a policy to deliver misery for all because of the few.