“while closing the gate can ensure stability and the status quo (for now), it rarely leads to growth”

Some great questions to ponder for your organization or business:

  • Do outsiders get the benefit of the doubt?
  • Do we make it easy for outsiders to become insiders?
  • Is there a clear and well-lit path to do so?
  • When we tell someone new, “that not how we do things around here,” do we also encourage them to learn the other way and to try again?
  • Are we even capable of explaining the status quo, or is the way we do things set merely because we forgot that we could do it better?
  • Is a day without emotional or organizational growth a good day?

Source: Seth’s Blog: Closing the gate

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