Sadly, the issue of low employee engagement has become increasingly pervasive, affecting companies across all industries and all around the globe. According to research by Gallup, over the past two decades, the portion of fully engaged employees has consistently hovered around one-third of the workforce, with fluctuations largely attributed to economic conditions. This indicates a systemic issue that transcends individual organizational cultures or sectors, pointing to a deeper, more widespread problem.
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When you consider that the top 25% is a definition of outstanding performance rather than a statistic, it’s possible for everyone to meet this threshold of performance:
I asked ChatGPT to write a story based on this post and the image below. It seems quite relevant today given that fact that most people are unhappy with their jobs. The theme: Time is your most valuable, don’t waste it. Given that. I’d rank number five as the most important. – LA, August 21, 2023.
You might recall that this was formerly known as the most important interview question of all time.