Research from around the world suggests that 70-85% of staff are disengaged at work.

If you’re a leader, this has to be a concern.

By why is this happening?

Is it because they aren’t paid enough?

Is their work boring and meaningless?

Do they not get along with their peers?

Is the coffee in the cafeteria ordinary?

Do they want a ping pong table in the lunch room?

Is the air-conditioning too cold?

No, no, no.

The single biggest reason that the majority of people are disengaged at work is due to substandard leadership and management.

If you’re concerned about staff engagement, don’t run another program, become a better manager.

It’s as simple as that.