Isn’t it interesting that the things that we used to be shocked by are no longer that shocking to us? And that it won’t be long before those very things will soon be obsolete. So what does this mean?
It means that because there is such a high social consciousness, we have an acute awareness of things that are important to us, things that are being talked about on the news, and again, as I’ve mentioned previously, that line between work and outside of work is becoming less blurry, and so we are acutely aware of things that matter to us, and we bring that level of awareness into the workplace.
So that means that organizations need to be on guard in terms of what does it mean to be politically correct? What does it mean to be socially correct? Because our antenna are up, and we are very conscious of what is meaningful to us, and when we don’t necessarily work in a place that is doing the right thing, we make a lot of noise about it. We make a lot of noise about topics that are important to us, subjects that really matter to us, but we know that one day, those conversations will be obsolete.
This article is a transcript of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdS25xJrTsU&feature=youtu.be on YouTube.
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