"Organizations that have made a strategic investment in employee development report 11% greater profitability and are twice as likely to retain their employees." Gallup
We all want to crack the code of high performance, but maybe we are overcomplicating things.
Why I hear you ask?
Gallup says "that one of the most important factors in creating a high-performance workplace is instilling a high-development culture: one that values the growth of individuals."
Gallup suggests four strategies that set the highest-performing workplaces apart:
1. They protect their investment in employee development with a focus on increasing employee engagement.
4. Their leadership owns the culture change (not HR alone).
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