My company has a poor culture for a number of reasons. We have a new CEO who recognizes the need to redefine the culture. Unfortunately, he has agreed to work with HR to implement their plan. HR is out of touch with the people at the company, and have condoned the poor management (lack of honest communication) of the past, which has led us to where we are today.
We have succeeded in spite of ourselves, and from a business perspective, there is a HUGE amount of opportunity on the horizon. However, this is clearly not enough to improve the mood.
The results of HR's efforts have only reopened old wounds and broken trust, as survey results and interviews which were supposed to be kept confidential were not. The CEO is not aware of this.
I would like to introduce him to MT, especially the feedback model. I also feel the need to tell him the word on the ground in response to the surveys. We need to close this chapter and move on, but with his knowledge of HR's contribution to the situation, as they will want to be involved in all culture improvement efforts. My boss has no objection to my suggestion, but questions any likelihood of impact.
Should I just keep my mouth shut?