Commitment vs. Compliance

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Corporations spend more time teaching their employees to say the right things versus doing the right thing. Their main goal is to build an obedient, compliant workforce, and not a committed one.

Growth happens when we commit to the process. Progress happens when we commit to each other. Results are achieved when we commit to a common goal, and we show up daily to do the work. Organizations are not interested in building commitment because it takes hard work.

They are afraid to ask for their team commitment because they know they have not earned it, so they settle for compliance.

What if we step back and we start building commitment?

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