Enlightened Leadership

“In this year’s ‘State of the Global Workplace Report’, we estimate that low engagement costs the global economy $8.8 trillion. That’s 9% of global GDP — enough to make the difference between success and failure for humanity”.

Jon Clifton, CEO of Gallup

Economic Growth Is Slowing: How Should Leaders Respond?

By Jon Clifton, CEO of Gallup
This spring, the World Bank’s chief economist Indermit Gill made a startling claim:
“A lost decade could be in the making for the global economy. The ongoing decline in potential growth has serious implications for the world’s ability to tackle the expanding array of challenges unique to our times — stubborn poverty, diverging incomes, and climate change.”
The message is clear. Economic growth is slowing. And if we don’t increase global GDP, every other problem gets harder to solve.
“So, what can leaders do today to potentially save the world?”
The Golden Key

An enlightened leader will provide their experience, objectivity, and observation, they will guide employees through technical skills and proven strategies.

However, only the employee can provide receptivity.

Because at the beginning of the day, the only thing the leader has to work with is the employees receptivity.

How to Mobilize Re-Engagement Organization-Wide.

Support those who need to grow – invest in those who want to grow. Clarity’s unique self-selection or volunteer process seeks out all of those who are standing at the intersection of ‘readiness and willingness’ – volunteers will shift the needle.

The enlightened leader will understand this is a golden, golden opportunity. Only if action is taken.

“The organizational Soul needs to balance the receptive (inspiration) with the technical (business) to reach its full potential.” 

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