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Current Employee Engagement & Leadership Challenges

The simple questions are :

What are we getting wrong about the Great Resignation?

Often thinking that the symptoms are the cause. Then no matter what actions you take the underlying cause never gets addressed. As the video sets out it’s mostly higher expectations employees have of leaders post-Covid not being met linked to organisations enabling leaders to meet those needs, eg on hybrid working.

How to combat the Great Resignation?

Better leadership and more effective meeting of employees’ needs by organisations to support this.

How can we retain employees during the Great Resignation?

Create an environment that they don’t want to leave – and to discover what that might be ask them!

What is interesting is that just before the Gallup data was released my old friend Marshall Goldsmith, top global executive coach and leadership expert, and I discussed this jump in expectations of leaders driven by Covid. Gallup quantified what we had both seen in numerous organisations. Clearly, there is a problem that needs to be addressed, a challenge to be beaten. Here are some resources to help:


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Chris Roebuck
Chris Roebuckhttps://chrisroebuck.live/
Chris Roebuck is a speaker, advisor and executive coach who has a unique approach that helps leaders, teams, and organisations reach their full potential and be successful in just three steps. This is proven to add investor value, deliver better customer service, build the brand externally, develop innovation and entrepreneurial thinking, optimise risk and boost the bottom line by 10% + at no cost. Chris unique experience as a leader in the military, business, government and as a Hon Visiting Professor of Transformational Leadership has enabled him to develop this innovative, entrepreneurial and highly effective new approach for leaders and organisations to achieve success: I CARE Leadership. It’s simply about you being the leader people always give their best for empowered by authentic and inspirational servant leadership. Chris shows how building on leaders current knowledge via simple, practical day to day actions can immediately deliver real improvements at all levels; individual, team, and organisation. One organisation who implemented it increased the number of staff happy to recommend it as “a great place to work” to friends or family in 2 years from 40% to 82%, an exceptional change, and increased revenue by 40%. When Global Head of Leadership at UBS, 70,000 staff & 100 countries, his team helped the bank transform organisational performance to increase profitability by 235%, market capitalisation by 50% and win awards. This is now a Harvard Case Study. Chris experience spans many sectors and geographies; from having held senior roles in UBS, HSBC, KPMG & London Underground to advising legal firms and construction, from the UK National Health Service of 1.4m staff and UK Government to the Red Cross in Myanmar, from Investment banks in London to Middle East Telecoms, from the Chinese Space Programme to retail in USA and many more. Chris has been quoted as a business leadership expert globally in the Harvard Business Review China, FT, Wall Street Journal, Le Monde, New York Times, Business Week, Time Magazine, Washington Post, Times of India, Straits & Gulf Times and many other titles. He has been interviewed on TV over 350 on leadership and business issues on BBC, CNN, Bloomberg, and other channels and his books have been translated into 11 languages. Chris has been recognised as one of the Most Influential HR Thinkers regularly since 2011 by the HR profession.

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