The global workplace is changing, as the "will" of today's employee has evolved. Employees now expect more than just a paycheck at work - they expect to be engaged, to have a sense of purpose and to work in a culture that focuses on their innate strengths, not their weaknesses. Despite their best efforts and intentions, businesses have seen employee engagement stalled in recent years. Gallup analytics reveal only 13% of workers around the world are engaged in their jobs and only 7% of Japan's employees are "engaged" - meaning 93% of Japan's workforce are not involved in, enthusiastic about and committed to their work and workplace.
In this Leaders' Briefing on October 28, 2016, Jim Clifton, Gallup Chairman and CEO, will discuss the following topics:
1. The Worldwide Employee Engagement Crisis: Though companies and leaders worldwide recognize the advantages of engaging employees, with many instituting surveys to measure engagement, employee engagement levels have barely budged in well over a decade.
2. Performance Management: The historic move away from "command-and-control" management.
3. Millennials: Engaging a generation that really is different.
About Gallup: Gallup delivers analytics, advice and learning to help leaders and organizations solve their most pressing problems. Combining more than 80 years of experience with its global reach, Gallup knows more about the attitudes and behaviors of employees, customers, and citizens than any other organization in the world. Gallup works with leaders and organizations to achieve breakthroughs in customer engagement, employee engagement, organizational culture and identity, leadership development, talent-based assessments, entrepreneurship and well-being.
Ginger Griggs, Chair
Hiroki (Rocky) Nishino, Roy Tomizawa, Yoko Yugo, Vice Chairs
Alison Birch, Board Liaison
ACCJ Human Resource Management Committee
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