Thought for the week

Liberating Potential

Inspired by remarkable work done at the Missouri Eastern Correctional Center back in 2002, Thom Dennis reflects on how people, however bad the worst thing they have ever done, can still be changed if we take the effort to do so. And how applicable is this principle in our workplaces? How often do we write someone off because it's the easiest thing, in the moment, to do?

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Thought for the week

Liberating Potential

Inspired by remarkable work done at the Missouri Eastern Correctional Center back in 2002, Thom Dennis reflects on how people, however bad the worst thing they have ever done, can still be changed if we take the effort to do so. And how applicable is this principle in our workplaces? How often do we write someone off because it's the easiest thing, in the moment, to do?

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