More Americans are quitting their jobs today than they have in twenty years – the “quit rate” doubling in the last year alone. It’s no big surprise how this era has come to be crowned with the dubious title of The Great Resignation. This title is even more frighteningly accurate when you consider that 95% of workers today are thinking about quitting their jobs, up from 40% in March 2021, according to last month’s Business Insider report.
Imagine that you work for a jerk, a total narcissist. He uses an outdated command and control leadership style that includes public shaming, blaming, yelling, and criticizing – and you are constantly pounded by him no matter how hard you work or how much success you create.
If you’re like most people, you wouldn’t want the pressure of being a general in the midst of a heated battle, making life and death decisions. Yet, research tells us there is little difference between the feelings military leaders have under pressure and that of today’s business leaders navigating our complicated fast-paced economic environment.
COVID-19 hit North America in the middle of winter like a relentless blizzard. It froze everything. It seemed to blind everyone. Business stopped. Families holed up. Some people worried it was the end of the world and prepared for the worst, hoping to just wait it out and survive.
At a time when more than ever before businesses are running lean and trying to survive, leaders can’t afford to not focus their attention on those things that produce the highest return-on-investment of time, energy, and resources. This report is designed to help you do just that. Its purpose is to synthesize important research that reveals a major factor that is undermining the energy and performance of more than 83% of all employees and leaders today.
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Crises like COVID-19, have a lasting impact on organizations. Visionary leaders leverage crises to create new possibilities.
COVID-19 will eventually end and some will be better prepared to respond on the other side of it. Will you be one of them? This article suggests three ways to ensure that you are.