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Susan Fourtané
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Susan Fourtané   1/9/2014 3:41:49 PM
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jbond, 

Exactly. When you start the rest follow. :) 

-Susan 

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jbond   1/9/2014 2:06:55 PM
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Susan - You are correct. Maybe we can be the start of that change. :)

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Susan Fourtané   1/9/2014 1:46:08 PM
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jbond, 

Yes, there is a way. If everyone starts changing thinking they can make a difference soon you start seeing that difference. Remember that Ghandi once said: Be the change you want to see in the world. 

If one by one everyone starts changing in a company, at the end of the day the whole company will see the benefit. :) Can you see? 

-Susan

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Susan Fourtané   1/9/2014 1:45:25 PM
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jbond, 

Yes, there is a way. If everyone starts changing thinking they can make a difference soon you start seeing that difference. Remember that Ghandi once said: Be the change you want to see in the world. 

If one by one everyone starts changing in a company, at the end of the day the whole company will see the benefit. :) Can you see? 

-Susan

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jbond   1/9/2014 12:59:54 PM
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Susan - It would be wonderful if there was a way to make a difference and make a change. I wish there was a way to start making a change because it takes more then 1 or 2 individuals.

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Susan Fourtané   1/4/2014 12:50:05 AM
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jbond, 

"Not being happy with what they have is more than just a company problem. It is a world problem."

Exactly. That is how it is. And it's quite sad because it contributes to no one's happiness. Companies are just an extension, a reflection of society so you can't expect companies to be better if society doesn't change as a whole, starting for every individual who is part of it. 

-Susan

 

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jbond   12/31/2013 9:50:30 AM
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Not being happy with what they have is more than just a company problem. It is a world problem.

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jbond   12/31/2013 9:49:40 AM
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Unfortunately too many companies look only at the current job at hand and not at the other talents of their employees. Sometimes employees can be an asset in many areas.

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HaileyMcK   12/31/2013 2:47:37 AM
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@Himanshugupta, keeping talent is tough because it is a complex recipe and one that shifts from generation to generation and from career level to career level. Newbies want mentoring, for example, while mid-management want a career path they can see and a chance to work on cool and innovative stuff, for example. I think a rotational program might be useful, but organizatoins also need to listen to employees. Ask what would be meaningful. I suspect that doesn't happen as often as it should.

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nimantha.d   12/31/2013 12:15:00 AM
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@jbond: That is the common scenario in many cases. Im not sure why they cant be happy with what they have.     

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