Esalen CEO Tricia McEntee, internal email, January 21, 2010:
In the interest of building a relationship of honesty, integrity, and trust, among organization employees, [survey] results should be communicated effectively by a unbiased professional and acted upon by the organization.
Who is being allowed to communicate the results of the Leadership Culture Survey in an effective way? How are the results of the survey being acted upon by the organization? The CEO should follow her own advice, gleaned from professionals, or resign.
[Esaleaks invites the results of the Leadership Culture survey, to be communicated effectively and without bias through open publication.]