This situation costs the United States alone over half a trillion dollars a year.
If you fear your business contributes to that alarming number, you’ve come to the right place.
The solution is simple, but it’s sort of like the ancient Chinese game of strategy known as "Go." Understanding how to play Go will take you about ten minutes. But you can spend the rest of your life trying to master it.
In the same way, reading a handful of articles and a couple books will teach you how to engage your employees, how to win their best contributions, and how to inspire them.
But actually transforming your company’s culture into a high-performance enterprise a completely different endeavor.
Based upon our fifteen years of international experience with thousands of clients, the transition requires four best practices:
One without the others won’t work. And half-hearted efforts will backfire.
But a wholehearted effort, led by the C-suite and embraced by middle management, can sweep up everyone and deliver spectacular results -- rapidly.
Right now, only one in five employees feels strongly valued at work (TinyPulse), which obviously has to change.
No matter where you are in your company’s decision-making hierarchy, here’s all you need to know to make the case for a cultural transformation that will lift your people performance to an entirely new level:
Understanding what makes people perform isn't enough to transform your corporate culture
Four best practices will...
...If the C-suite embraces them - and includes everyone