When you reflect on the often touted corporate aphorism: “Our people are our greatest asset,” what sort of emotion does that illicit in you? For some, this mantra will resonate deeply and passionately, others may greet it with apathy and some may land somewhere in between. Whatever your stance, the inescapable truth is that businesses are lead, operated and administered by people. As working professionals, we likely spend a major portion of our waking lives working, so it makes sense then that we want to be valued as individuals; to feel like we have a voice within the corporate machine. But how loudly is your voice heard, and more importantly, what outcomes are realized once it has been heard?
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