Why Workplace Leadership Demands Disruption →

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Mark C. Crowley on LinkedIn, discussing Gallup’s latest “State Of The American Workplace” report:

What Gallup’s research has consistently shown is that the primary reason two-thirds of the American working population is disheartened in their jobs is because they lack a manager who cares about them as a person, advocates for their wellbeing and seeks to maximize their full human potential.

I suspect this would also apply to the Australian working population. A sad indictment of our organisations. Reading this research strengthens my resolve to find better ways of working, helping people and organisations become more energised, engaged, and focused.