Thursday, October 27, 2022
“Positive organizational climates require persistent care and maintenance, and though even the most adept command teams will have challenges, poor climates are more prone to tragic consequences.”
– Jaron Wharton and Kris Fuhr –
Unless you’re a solo-preneur, your organization has employees – and there’s likely a gulf between the employee experience and leadership’s perception of their experience. This is a gulf the military is seeking to bridge and a recent article highlights three “low cost high-yield reforms” to help build that bridge. To learn more, Click here for the article Three Steps Toward More Positive Command Climates in the Army.
Stay safe. Stay healthy. Be strong. Lead well.