There is a story in the news here in Florida today about a lifeguard
who left his assigned station to save the life of a man in distress.It
reportedly was off his assigned watch area.
In return his
employer fired him for leaving his assigned section of the beach. He was
followed by several other lifeguards who either were likewise fired or
quit in protest. The lifeguard company finally offered to reinstate all
of them, but they refused because of the nature of the event.
From a corporate perspective we continually hear about organizations
complaining that they can't get their employees engaged within the
organization. Could this be why? Does your message encourage employees
to get involved or encourage them to stay within their tiny little part
of the universe called your organization. Is engagement of importance to