How great managers inspire, refocus, and re-engage low-performing employees.
Start Worrying About “Not Engaged” Employees
Half of your workforce may be “checked out.” Here’s how great managers inspire, refocus, and re-engage these low-performing employees.
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A GMJ Q&A WITH CURT COFFMAN
Coauthor of First, Break All the Rules (Simon & Schuster, 1999) and Follow This Path (Warner Books, 2002)
Most executives are consumed with plummeting stock prices and accounting scandals. But they generally cannot control the stock market. What they really ought to be worried about is the fact that 55% of their employees are “not engaged” in their jobs, according to Gallup Organization research. These employees are essentially “checked out.” They’re sleepwalking through their workday, putting in time — but not energy or passion — into their work.
What are the signs that employees are not engaged, and what can managers do to re-engage them? We asked Curt Coffman, Global Practice Leader for Q12 Management…
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