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When I read this quote earlier today, I thought: This sounds like a chicken and egg debate. In your experience - which problem comes first? Can we attribute more culture issues to one over another? Does poor hiring cause lower engagement? Or does failure to inspire breed bad hiring decisions? If an organization succeeds in one of these processes, does the other one automatically improve as well? They may seem hard to separate, and would love to hear your thoughts and experiences.
"Some companies don't have an engagement problem, they have a hiring problem." - Bob Kelleher