Is your organization stuck in the Engagement Paradox?

Time and again, we see that the more leaders try to manage engagement, the more disengaged their employees actually become.

So what causes this paradox?

It’s not that employees don’t want to be engaged; many are committed and loyal workers who come in early, stay late, and try hard in-between. But in today’s Era of Exhaustion, they are simply struggling to make it to the weekend. Employees are engaged, but they are also exhausted.

Are your company’s stated values rhetoric or rule? Seems fitting to pose this question in honor of 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta last month. The actions of feudal barons outside London shaped this discussion 800 years ago – and it has direct consequence on the levels of productivity within any business. Understanding the impact of the Magna Carta can help you realize the potential within your company and improve performance.

the ceo magazine, employee management
Don Maruska and Jay Perry

Did you know that 30 to 40 percent of talent lies untapped in even high performing organizations? Imagine the profitable results you would enjoy if your business could access that talent without spending a lot of money to do it.  

You can tap this wellspring of riches once you pursue talent development not as a mechanistic process from the top down, but rather as a sunburst radiating from the individual out. 



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