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Bending the Culture Curve

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When you change the way in which you interact with your fellow employees at work, you are choosing to begin the task of bending the arc of the workplace culture.

This culture-bending work has implications, consequences, and outcomes that you can’t possibly imagine, predict, or prepare contingency plans to address.

But, this culture-bending work is the end result of the emotional labor you should have been doing to “show up” with meaning, impact, and vulnerability anyway.

Many of your fellow employees won’t volunteer, won’t enroll, and won’t trust (or maybe even care) that you can do this work of culture-bending.

But doing the work, without their approval, without their reassurance, and without their applause, is the most important work that you can lead on in any organization, no matter how progressive they might be.



But what else would you rather do with your eight hours a day?

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