This is according to a 2015 Gallup poll, which points out:
Currently, only slightly more than 30% of employees in U.S. workplaces are engaged in their work and workplaces. This figure has hardly budged in nearly 15 years. But it doesn't have to be that way. Some organizations have 70% engagement or higher, and this hasn't happened by chance. They outpace their competitors in financial performance and make the lives of their employees better in the process.
Investing in talent, management and leadership development are important to the bottom line. What's most strategic, however, is when the education provided aligns with the organization's:
As the Gallup poll concluded:
Few organizations have enough great managers. And there is no other job that has as much combined influence on American business success or failure as the manager.
This is the Gokotta Group's blog.
It is the place for us to make note of changing times, new ways of thinking, and provide examples of how greater impact is being created. It's also a spot we can focus on people. And, occasionally, showcase the type of projects the Gokotta team supports (see "Case Studies" below).