The buzz: One.
Employee engagement is at its highest since Gallup started tracking this metric in 2000. Wow!
The actual number, please? Less than one-third (31.4%) of US workers were engaged in their jobs in 2014.
Why? Success in our global, uber-competitive economy may be less reliant on strategic investments in technology, acquisitions, products – and more on how you treat your employees.
Meaning? It may be time to change your corporate culture…big-time.
How? Can one person make a difference?
Well, that depends.
The experts speak.
Tom Koulopoulos, Delphi Group: “Culture is what you learn to survive in an organization.” (Regis McKenna)
Geoff Scott, ASUG: “The difference between those who change the world and those who don’t, is that those who do believe they can.” (Simon Sinek)
Pam Seplow, SAP: “Never doubt the ability of a small group of dedicated citizens to change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” (Margaret Mead)
Join us for Employee Engagement Part 3: Changing Corporate Culture – How?