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Dignity for All by Pamela Gerloff, Robert W. Fuller

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resource dHow to Create a Culture of Dignity

(Excerpted and adapted from All Rise: Somebodies, Nobodies, and the Politics of Dignity by Robert W. Fuller, Berrett-Koehler: San Francisco, 2006.)

The Need for Collaboration

It’s impossible to know exactly what a particular dignitarian institution will look like in advance, because to qualify as dignitarian its design must take into account the views of those the institution will serve. In a dignitarian organization, everyone involved has a voice and everyone’s views have some political weight. The most important element in creating a dignitarian organization is to design a process that is collaborative and involves all stakeholders. (Leaders often design programs without involving the people they ...

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