Submitted by: Adiel Aguiling, People Engaged in People Projects Foundation Inc – De La Salle University – Phillipines
Why is this important to Humanistic Management: Beneficiaries are often seen as recipients who are at the mercy of the donors and funders. The article turns around this mindset. It highlights the fact that beneficiaries have a voice that has to be heard. What beneficiaries say matter in order to improve services, the organization and to boost their self-esteem. Beneficiary participation is important to humanistic management as spotlight is placed on the dignity and well-being of beneficiaries.