This article discusses why unplugging may be your best strategy to stay in the sane & positive zone at work and home. Prior to the pandemic, anxiety, depression, and suicide rates in the US were already climbing. Throw in a calamitous political milieu and voila, a perfect storm that can be a nonstop energy-sucking vortex…
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No matter what business you are in, you are in the people business. Your employees are your largest resource of untapped potential as well as your greatest asset.
When your people do well, so do you!
Here are some curated articles to help you help your team live their best lives at home, work and play.
According to Gallup, over 50% of managers feel disconnected from both their responsibilities and their organization’s mission. Furthermore, 55% of leaders are looking for opportunities outside of their organization.
If we pair this with the fact that approximately 70% of the workforce is disengaged in achieving the company’s strategic goals, its no surprise so many organizations are having trouble reaching success.
It is the leader’s role to invest in, develop and grow organizational leaders to inspire, motivate and engage the entire workforce.
Employee engagement is the level of commitment, passion, and loyalty a worker has toward their work and company. The more engaged an employee is, the more they’ll produce and deliver.
According to a Gallup poll, only 32% of employees in the United States are engaged, which is to say that over two-thirds of employees are disengaged with their work.
This is an incredible waste of our most valuable resource and we have resources, information, and programs to help you change those statistics.