As executives and business, we may often as the question:
are my employees engaged in my strategy?
Interestingly, the Harvard Business Review estimates that only 5% of a company’s employees understand how their strategy impacts their job function.
Why is this?
It’s because they’re disconnected.
GALLUP estimates the cost of poor management and lost productivity from employees in the U.S. who are not engaged or actively disengaged to be between $960 billion & $1.2 trillion/year.
Estimated annual losses ($) caused by poor management and decreased productivity.
Traditional management systems struggle to inspire employees because their approach leads to unclear and misaligned expectations, ineffective and infrequent feedback, and misplaced accountability.
Want to learn how to keep your employees engaged in your strategy?
Read this post we recently published on Leader Dialogue: