When you started it was the greatest place to work in the world.
You looked forward to each and every day.
You didn’t mind working 50, 60, or 70 hours a week.
You were passionate about the work you did and the organization you worked for.
And then somewhere along the way things began to change.
Ever so slightly you started to dread each and every day.
You started doing the bare amount of work to get you by each week.
You started to lose passion for the work you did and the organization you worked for.
The place you once believed was the greatest place to work in the world, was becoming the worst place in the world to you.
Things began to change for the worse. The camaraderie that once existed amongst you and your team has turned to animosity towards leadership. Leadership, which once believed in open lines of communication, has turned into mushroom managers. You’re friends and family take notice of your recent change in attitude.
You’ve lost faith. You no longer believe in the work you’re doing. You no longer believe in the organization you work for.