Thriving workplace cultures have employees who feel connected and inspired. Burnout cultures lead to employees leaving. There’s no sugarcoating it—your workplace culture determines whether or not you can attract, engage, and retain top talent, and succeed as an organization.
more likely to be engaged when leaders connect their people to purpose
increased odds of burnout without an inspiring purpose
feel part of a winning team when leaders help with career goals
increased odds of burnout when there are no opportunities to learn and grow
more great work when leaders mentor and coach
increased odds of burnout when companies believe the bottom line is more important than people
increase in engagement when companies recognize small wins and efforts at work
increased odds of burnout when there is a reduction in recognition given
more trust in leaders when leadershipis shared
increased odds of burnout when there is decreased trust in leaders
more net promoters when leaders connect their people
increased odds of burnout when there is a lack of connection and belonging
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