The latest Gallup State of the American Workplace report estimates emotional and active disengagement costs U.S. businesses $483 billion to $605 billion a year.
As of 2016, a whopping 67 percent of American workers are either “not engaged” (51 percent) or “actively disengaged” (16 percent), who Gallup defines as those employees who are “miserable in the workplace and destroy what the most engaged employees build.”
When the data is divided by generation, Baby Boomers top the chart for the highest percentage of the actively engaged. However, the news isn’t all bad, as this same generation also accounts for the highest percentage of engaged workers (35 percent).
Engagement is, perhaps unsurprisingly, highest for those in top leadership positions, where a whopping 45 percent reported being engaged in the job, compared to only 29 percent of front line managers, signaling a dire need for solving this growing scarcity of engaged leadership.
The keynote speech or workshop/webinar presents an introduction to authenticity-based leadership in which you will learn:
This webinar/keynote speech is based on the book: 7 Principles for Living with Authenticity.
In this workshop, participants will learn how to become emotionally, intellectually, psychologically and spiritually prepared to transition into the role of becoming authenticity-based leaders. The professional development workshop enhances personal development by expanding the awareness of workshop, participants so they can be aware of the key to effective leadership: being true to themselves.
In this live or online workshop, award-winning author Jack Beauregard, founder and CEO of the global Successful Transition Planning Institute, will share years of experience and scientific-based research for how managers can discover and connect to their true selves, which unleashes the power of authenticity and balance in all of their interactions with people within and outside of the company.
There is a growing body of evidence proving that the performance of a company is directly linked to the well-being of its employees. Since people spend most of their waking hours at work, it is only logical the workplace should be a place of well-being for employees. The knowledge held by executives often affects every employee; the same is true when it comes to lack of knowledge for what to do when employees are struggling.
The following major life changes could be affecting the well-being of some of your employees now:
In this cognitive-based presentation delivered by Jack Beauregard, Founder and CEO of Successful Transition Planning Institute, you will learn:
You will understand what your employees experience during a major life transition. This knowledge will help you re-direct employees into making real change, so they avoid falling into bad habits in response to the life changes. It also reduces the loss of productivity which occurs when employees become preoccupied at work with the dark hole they are experiencing. The insights won’t increase employee morale, but may help you increase employee morale and motivation; you can also use the knowledge when you are personally experiencing major life changes.