Hopelessness in the workplace costs organisations significantly. Feelings of hopelessness result in decreased productivity, absenteeism, reduced turnover, worker conflict, work stress, hostility, and resentment and depleted energy. Some say hope is not a strategy or a plan. Hope sits higher up the food chain. Without hope there can be no strategy. Hope is not a management concept, or accounting treatment. It is a leadership approach. Hopeful employees give an organisation a competitive edge by being more focused, and more productive.
for this seminar
Duration: 45 - 90 minutes
Audience size: 5 to 5000
"I especially liked the way you focused on turning motivation into commitment."
Principal, Belle Property