The Identity Effect: Learning from the Inside Out
April 27, 2012
So many companies tout themselves as innovative, learning organizations in the spirit of Peter Senge, who first crafted the idea of a ‘learning organization’ as the way to attract, hold, and develop superior talent in the name of performance.
When it comes to building employee engagement and indeed performance, most companies often look to others for best practices, rather than learn from themselves. For the most part, we’re ‘outside-in’ learners. What new research shows, however, is that having a strong identity is a prerequisite to engagement – and that learning from the inside-out is where to start.
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