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HR leaders must become “Everyday Bold” to help their organizations become top Performers!

By | Nicolas BEHBAHANI | Global People Analytics Leader @ Future of Work | Leading Global HR Analytics, Driving Business Growth

💡 Employees of organizations that embrace Everyday Bold are six times more likely to be top performers.

🔥 Stability is the first ingredient to achieving Everyday Bold because it’s significant accelerator of employee engagement. Organizations that offer these stable handholds report employee engagement levels 61% higher than at organizations that don’t.

👉 Everyday Bold depends on a foundation of mutual trust between the workforce and the organization, but organizations today are experiencing a trust crisis.

Everyday Bold requires commitment, but employees who distrust their organizations are 3.3 times more likely to leave.

Organizations that are best at letting go to forge ahead, have employees who are 10 times more likely to say their organization enables innovation, which is a critical aspect of Everyday Bold, according to a new interesting research published by Gartner using data from a survey of 3540 employees.

✅What it means to become Bold?

Bold Organizations and Top Performers

Researchers defined Everyday Bold, when HR managers take three approaches:

✔️ Build Stability

Create stable handholds that enable your workforce to remain anchored, even as things change.

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