34.1% of American workers are engaged (Gallup) 25% of employees are highly engaged, 40% are moderately engaged (Aon Hewitt) 49.5% of employees are "not engaged" and 16.5% are "actively disengaged" (Gallup) 29% of millennials are engaged at work,...
Pamela Slim explores where we can find career security in a world pulsing with external chaos. She shares experiences from her two decades working as a career coach, and provides hope and optimism for our ability to create powerful,...
Most businesses endeavour to have an impact on the world and we make a case for business leaders to support and develop their employees according to the big shared purpose vision of their company. In recent years many organisations adopt...
According to Professor Seán Meehan, at companies that are able sustain success for long periods, we see a stronger set of beliefs about company purpose. Today’s senior executives should not get caught up in pursuing growth at all costs. Their...
Imagine what would happen if every person was connected to shared purpose at work. Connected to a meaningful job that mattered to them and society at large. Imagine how much more engaged, productive and satisfied they’d be. Think of what we could collectively...
In an interview with the CIPD, Professor Lord Richard Layard of the LSE asks why wellbeing matters - for individuals and society. According to CIPD, work should do more than meet our basic financial needs and contribute to economic growth;...
90% of employees are “open to new opportunities,” according to a LinkedIn survey. According to Gallup’s just-released Workplace report, that’s not quite true. The single most important thing for employees considering a new job isn’t income, it’s “the ability to do what...
Dr. Martyn Newman spoke to Emily Burt  of People Management about the value of emotional intelligence in business. When you talk about emotions, a lot of people tend to imagine unstable elements that they prefer to avoid. But the most important...
  Millennials are different. From the way they work and things they care about differ from previous generations. Cassandra Brown reporting on the subject contests that whereas previous generations strove to keep a clear divide between work/corporate/professional life and personal/emotional/social life, millennials...
  Work-life balance and flexibility rank highly.   Willis Towers Research findings show, more than 25% of employees today are at a high risk for turnover. What is more, many of those employees are top performers in their companies, or at least...
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