What is The State of Entitlement and Professionalism?

The State of Entitlement and ProfessionalismThe State of Entitlement and Professionalism  http://www.dianapriceassociates.com

An attitude of entitlement is where people in the workplace believe they are owed something, they take their position for granted, are never satisfied, and may have no intention of working any harder.  Is this mindset corrupting productivity in business and government?

What is contributing to a culture of entitlement in the workplace?

Do you feel there is an indifferent, entitlement mentality in the workplace, in both business and government?

Do you think an attitude of entitlement affects one’s character?

What can be done to move the workplace from entitlement to responsibility?

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