Employee disengagement costs the world $8.8 trillion in lost productivity, equal to 9% of global GDP.

Yet, most employees are expressing a sense of resignation or even apathy, most simply accept that morale is getting worse.

But it doesn’t have to be this way – the role of leadership is to create an engaged, inclusive and just workplace. This is critical because the biggest cause of job dissatisfaction is unfair treatment at work.

Leaders can’t, and don’t need to fix every employee’s problems, but they can, and need to make every employee feel valued and heard and included – that’s the job of leaders and the shortcut to greater organisational performance and profit.

For us, alignment remains the most urgent issue today – talk to us about measuring and building engagement, where people feel a sense of meaning and connection. At the end of the day, engagement predicts employee wellbeing, above and beyond any other factor – and engaged and happy employees are far more productive – it’s as simple as that.

So, let’s talk about building high performing organisations where people and organisations flourish.


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