Recent Gallup survey data indicates that less than 30% of employees are engaged in their work and this number hasn’t moved in over 25 years of Gallup surveying. They have also found, through extensive corporate interviews, that 7 out of 10 managers are clearly not effective or good at managing and leading (1 out of 10 is a “natural” and 2 out of 10 can be trained to be good).
What conclusions should we draw from their observations? Why are so many employers investing in surveys but not necessarily in changing their work places?
[Note: This is a change from our originally scheduled program as the presenter could not make it]