Engaged employees are the lifeblood of an organisation, proven to bring higher productivity, profits, and customer satisfaction. Yet the Gallup organisation's latest report finds that workers who are 'actively undermining' outnumber those who are engaged almost two to one - and the figures for the Middle East, North Africa and East Asia are even worse! How can you turn this around?
What difference would it make to your organisation if more of your team became actively engaged, bringing the whole of their creativity, intelligence, and 'discretionary effort' to work with them?
Your people, your organisation - and you - are better than you realise. Appreciative Inquiry is a simple method for unlocking this potential, solving 'difficult' problems, and increasing engagement. Watch this webinar to find out how you can use it.
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