Soulful organizations LO11853

Robert Bacal (
Sun, 12 Jan 1997 23:22:00 +0000

Replying to LO11830 --

On 12 Jan 97 at 10:16, Malcolm Burson wrote:

> "When an organization can be seen has _having_ a soul, as well as honoring
> and nurturing the souls of its own folk and customers, what is it like?
> what are its characteristics? and how do we understand the connection(s)
> between this soul, and the capacity to learn? Finally, how do we foster
> organizational soulfulness?"

Until people put aside their intellectualizing on the list (and in
organizations), and begin to relate to and talk to each other the way real
people talk, the conversations (I do not believe the term dialogue applies
to the list), will remain sterile, and soul-less.

Perhaps there is a clue there?

Robert Bacal, Bacal & Associates,
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