Workplace stress has been cited in studies as a significant source of stress for American adults and it appears to be escalating with each new decade and costing U.S. industry an estimated $300 billion a year in sick days, turnover, lost productivity, and insurance, legal, and medical costs.
The importance of strong leadership within an organization becomes evident when you look at the impact it has on employee engagement and improved company culture.
A recent Gallup survey showed that only 31.5 percent of U.S. employees were engaged in their jobs last year.
Anne Neal has a gift for presenting transformational tools in a way that bridges the gap between the old way and a new way.
On the whole, written communication lacks the verbal cues we enjoy when speaking to someone in person. In the age of electronic communication, most businesses now depend on email messages for important customer, partner and employee "interactions."
Here are the training trends for 2014 in budget outlays, staffing, and programs among U.S.-based corporations and educational institutions with 100 or more employees.