How do I Get My Strategies Through a Wall of Employee Disengagement?
A Recent Gallup Report* Showed That Up to 89% Of Employees Are ‘Disengaged’ at Work.
The report noted that; Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore have among the highest proportions of employees in the world who are ‘not engaged‘ in the workplace.
In particular, in Malaysia, only 11 percent of employees are ‘engaged‘. 81 percent are ‘not engaged‘ and eight percent are ‘actively disengaged‘. (* NST 14 April 2016).
Worldwide research shows that pervasive stress and tension occurs within individuals, at all levels throughout the organisation.
When stress is ignored, it denies organisations millions in unrealised revenues; resulting in massive employee disengagement and unreached productivity, staff health issues, and absenteeism.
We now know that the degree of negative stress and tension constraining the individual – is equal to the degree of disengagement that they are experiencing in the workplace.
We also know that you cannot effectively manage negative stress and tension. The individual has to be willing to learn how to release it, and let it go.
Clarity Now, is an incredibly simple yet effective method for ‘releasing or letting go’ of pervasive stress and tension – at the same time increasing receptivity – starting from just 5-minutes a day on a regular basis.
We can show you how easily managers and employees ‘buy into’ Clarity Now, as a personal life skill that they value – and the organisation can quickly gain new levels of productivity…
A Reality Check for Leadership & Stakeholders
As a leader, you need to take action to address employee disengagement. If not, the vision you have for your organisation can turn into a blurry outline, rather than the clear progressive steps – you had envisioned.
The Gallup Report referred to paints a sad picture for both leadership and stakeholders, one being that every Monday morning you are paying your employees the equivalent of a full tank of petrol, and only receiving around 10% of the petrol in the tank.
Therefore your vision for the organisation, along with potential new growth opportunities will be seriously restricted, denying you a healthy return on investment. Why? Because your all your strategic planning, initiatives, and technical training, still need to get through this internal pipeline that is around 90% restricted by employee disengagement.
However, to the enlightened leader, all the above points to a golden, golden opportunity - but only if action is taken!
Find out More – Book a One-on-One Session
Take action now – find out how to activate the people you need, to successfully get your vision over the line, please call Stuart direct International Free Call Via (WhatsApp) +61 422 943 737, Skype: tryclaritynow, or use the contact form in footer below.
Get in touch for a one-on-one Skype meeting with Stuart Mackay for a powerful and unforgettable leadership experience. This is not a warm and fuzzy chat on management theory; it is a cut-to-the-chase, eye opening working session. Stuart will provide you with a personal report to where your current vision is at – exactly where and how the disengagement occurs. Plus a proven letting-go or unblocking method already implemented in many organisations, including a number of Fortune 500 companies.
Stuart is the Australian born founder and author of Clarity Now.
As one of the most experienced instructors in the field of Leadership Engagement, Stuart has travelled the world for the last 37 years, presenting Clarity Now as a practical and measurable method to progressively clear the mind for higher personal and business engagement. He has personally facilitated over 500 Senior PETRONAS Executives in Malaysia.
“The organisational Soul needs to balance the receptive (inspiration) with the technical (business), to reach its full potential”.
Countries in which Stuart has introduced Clarity Now include: Australia, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Asia (Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, China and South Korea). His is curantly in Malaysia.