How can leaders advance sustainable development in the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

A PROJECTION OF A DESIRED FUTURE – MOBILIZES FROM DAY 1

ONLY 1 IN 10 LEADERS – MOTIVATE EMPLOYEES EFFICIENTLY

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Over the past two decades Gallup has studied performance in organizations and measured the engagement of 27 million employees at more than 2.5 million work units. Gallup estimates that leaders and managers account for at least 70% of the impact on employee engagement scores across business units. This influence is responsible for severely low worldwide employee motivation. Harvard Business Review studies find that particularly senior executives display an unwillingness to think rigorously about innovating their world perspectives and their ideas of how organizations are managed and transformed. Which poses an inbuilt risk for hampering employee commitment to utilize the infinite, risk demanding opportunities of the 4th Industrial Revolution. Worth pondering – over the past 12 years, these low numbers have barely budged, consequently the vast majority of employees worldwide are failing to develop their ressources and contribute through work.

RESEARCH of the last 20 years documents that max. 20% of companies that initiate change processes succeed in carrying through profound transformations.

The comprehensive GALLUP findings concludes: When a company raises employee engagement levels consistently across business units – EVERYTHING improves!

FUTURIZE THE EVEREST WAY – provides simple mental methods that explode habitual limitations.

FUTURIZE THE EVEREST WAY – innovate mobilizing organizational missions and cultures that unify talented employees who achieve what has never been accomplished before.

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