The emperor has no clothes
In a recent “Business Review” article more than half the people would exit their organisation if they could.
In other words, if able to find similar work and pay. If true it would be sad indictment on quality of executive leadership. It is well known people don’t leave the organisation they leave their manager.
As “lead dog on the sled” they set pace and rhythm.
If more than half want to leave what does that say about inclusiveness, employee engagement, commitment; or flip-side missing discretionary effort, absenteeism, expense of re-work, lost opportunity, limited growth and renewal?
Might explain why work for “half” has lost attraction now dutiful, pressured, faster is slower, efficiency and productivity declining with a tired < sigh > of resignation heard exhaling down workplace corridors. People are disillusioned; working for individuals who simply can’t lead (or don’t know how).
Are our key people growing (as individuals) and taking care of others around them or have they stalled? Am I growing?
Still getting the numbers – or close to it, but with more and more effort for same outcome – and, at what real cost (longer term).
Is our workplace environ (meaning executive leadership) sucking the life out of people, making them tired and wanting to leave?
Being inspiring does not look like this?