Hiring a consultant, or even just putting aside time for organizational development, can seem expensive and auxiliary, but will end up saving you time and money. By directing resources towards organizational development, you are attending to your team’s ability to listen, dialogue, practice self/interpersonal mastery, be creative, see the big picture and think systemically. It’s about personal and systemic investigation, but it’s also about processing your company’s dynamics. Directing resources to organizational development will build your company’s capacity, help retain good employees and increase the quality of your work. This takes an investment of time, energy and money, but will lead to resilience, innovation, adaptability, accountability and personal leadership - essential for any startup! 9. organizational development is not optional 19 To pay attention, this is our endless and proper work. - Mary Oliver
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