Source | www.inc.com | MARCEL SCHWANTES
To do that, leaders need to get in the game of engaging employees, but play it strategically with a long-term focus, not for short-term gain.
This means fostering an environment where employees want to go to work, where the work has meaning and purpose, and where people feel like they belong to a family.
Willis Towers Watson, a global advisory firm, found that two out of three workers were not fully engaged at work, with almost one-fifth being completely disengaged.
Talent is critical to any company’s success. And as people spend the majority of their hours at work, leaders must figure out a way to leverage their most precious resource in a manner that works for both companies and employees.
Being that I’m a big fan of impactful leadership books that address the engagement crisis, one recently came across my desk that is worthy of the spotlight.