Organizational vibrancy is this simple and this hard

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Organizational vibrancy is this simple:

  1. Do you work in an organization that has employees serving customers?
  2. Do you rely on customer satisfaction to drive their intent to recommend and return?
  3. Do you live and die on the belief that customer and employee loyalty is the key to your financial success?
  4. Do you have to constantly and creatively solve everyday challenges, big and small, planned and unplanned?
  5. Do you have a leadership team responsible for leading your organization at every level?

Organizational vibrancy is this hard too.

Mid Life Celebration’s founder spent 30 years at Disney, including 15 consulting for Disney Institute. He retired October 31, 2014 and is available to help organizations become more vibrant.

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.


  1. So, you can’t focus on the individual first then the organization, right? It’s simultaneous, if I’m reading you correctly. 🙂

  2. David, there’s not one prescribed way. There are many ways to get to organizational (and personal) vibrancy. Just as there are many ways to save money, worship, volunteer, teach, exercise.

    The difference between those who (as an organization or personally) succeed (no matter their recipe) and those who flounder/fail is having a clear, concise and compelling vision for the future.

    Doesn’t matter which way we go or what we take with us if we don’t know where we are going.

    Vibrancy is organic. For a single person, it’s balancing mind, body, spirit, work and home.

    For an organization, it’s balancing leadership, employees, customers, financial, and innovation.


  3. I miss you brother. I’m glad I can “see” you through your writings. You impart wisdom on a daily basis and we are the recipient of that gift.

    Thank you. Humbly, I thank you for all of your gifts.


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