In fact, one million Americans call in sick over stress every day and 25% say work is the most stressful thing in their lives.
Two-thirds of corporate recruiters say their organization has a difficult time managing millennials and a similar number of executives give millennials low grades for work preparedness
In many ways, setting goals is similar to dreaming of success – goals are desired outcomes. But achieving goals (and with them, success) is infinitely harder and more complex.
Organizations whose employees are actively engaged in goal achievement have 3x greater operating margins in any given year than companies with lower engagement levels.
Commit to fewer goals and better execution It’s goal setting time and many of us are also self-assessing accomplishments against last quarter’s goals. Q1 can be a hard quarter, but there are two things that exacerbate that: 1) too many goals to come anywhere close to achievement and 2) too little attention to goals after they’re set. A lot of readers have shared how hard it is to keep goals visible week over...
What if we practiced 90% of the time and only performed 10% of the time? That’s what elite athletes do… they spend most of their time figuring out how to get the most out of their body — how to get themselves to the top of their performance game, so that when they get on the field, the court or the track they are fully prepared to WIN. What if we did that at work? What if we understood, that like athletes, our employees come to work...
How come, after all these years of measuring employee engagement, we still haven’t moved the needle on the very basic service profit chain?
Who is on your team behind the team? Great leaders always have them — those individuals that support, encourage, coach, question and push them towards greatness