How much is your employees’ lack of engagement costing you? A lot.
In Gallup’s comprehensive State of the American Workplace study, they estimate that employee disengagement costs U.S. organizations $483-$605 billion in lost productivity each year.
They also discovered that only one-third of American workers are engaged, and 16 percent are actively disengaged.
In the hyper-connected, global economy of the 21st century, you won’t outperform the competition if the majority of your people aren’t committed to making it happen.
What’s more, in a VUCA world, you can’t afford to take months to implement change, wait a year to give appraisals, and allow perpetual poor performance to linger. These practices will sink you.
The good news? You have the power to create a nimble, engaging culture that attracts people who embrace change, identify improvements, stay longer, and provide superior service so your organization will prosper for years to come.
We know how to get you there.
We customize coaching programs to help you + your team achieve your goals. In each case, we start with an assessment to identify priorities so our coaching partnership is tailored to what will drive your success.
We use the 12 question Employee Engagement Scale to identify where your employees' engagement stands. Then we meet with them to understand why. We use this data to help you understand what's working and what you need to rethink.
We use the research based tools created by OrgVitals to measure communication, employee engagement, organizational health, inclusion, unity, or workflow. For clients who have a specific need, we customize what we measure. We use this data to help you understand what's working and what you need to rethink.
change & resilience
We live in times of constant change. However, you can work with change. The key: maintain your mental and physical well-being during times of change and take intentional steps to build resiliency to change.
360° feedback uncovers blind spots and hidden strengths by providing you with insight into how the many people you work with perceive your strengths and weaknesses, as compared to how you see yourself.
The MBTI® (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) is a temperament inventory designed to help you understand how you prefer to use your perception + judgment to see the world, draw conclusions, and make decisions.
The DiSC® Profile measures your preferences and tendencies based on the DiSC® model. The personalized insights deepen your understanding of yourself + others, for more effective and enjoyable workplace interactions.
The Appreciative Inquiry approach focuses on your strengths as an individual and those of your organization in order to shift from a problem-focused mindset to one of innovation + possibility.
Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument
The TKI allows you to discover whether you might be overusing or underusing one or more of five conflict-handling modes (collaborating, competing, compromising, accommodating, and avoiding), so you can improve how you manage conflict in the future.
VIA Character Strengths
When you discover your greatest strengths, you learn to use them to handle stress and life challenges, become happier, and develop rewarding relationships with those who matter most to you.
Arbinger Institute Leadership + Self-Deception
Leadership + Self-Deception shows you how the problems that typically cause conflicts and prevent superior performance are the result of self-deception and how you can use self-awareness to improve relationships.
Your people can help you grow faster and farther, but only with the right environment and support.