Society recognizes that the employers needs are different than those working for them. Society also recognizes that patterns (structures or models) are valuable for progress within an operation. Is society recognizing that the differences between employers, administrators and employees are equally as valuable? If so, is there recognition of these differences? Are employees hearing their needs identified and valued? This does not mean an employer or administrator needs to give up their needs! It simply is a basis for connection with the most valuable asset to your operation, your employees. Identifying their needs tells them that they are being seen and heard therefore valued. It does not mean an outcome.