Gallup research proves that managers account for 70% of the variance in employee engagement.
Figuring out how to increase employee engagement has been a burning question for companies and consultants across the board.
When it comes to creating employee engagement, 87% of organizations cited it as being one of their top priorities. Yet only 15% of employe..
The problem is about 70% of leaders rate themselves as inspiring and motivating – and 82% of employees see their leaders as uninspiring.
There’s a strong positive relationship between how much people learn on the job and how much they love their job.
People feel engaged when you take their perspective and approach them through their lens.
The number #1 reason employees quit/checkout — their boss.
Learn To offset the high costs of external training, organizations should focus on creating a culture of learning.
Here are steps a leader can take today to ensure they are preparing high potentials for future management roles within their company.
To understand how employers can improve engagement and retention, FSG worked with Hart Research Associates to survey over 1,200 entry-leve..