What Keeps CEOs Awake At Night

July 30, 2018

What Keeps CEOs Awake At Night

If there is one thing CEOs worry about, it’s their employees: more than one-third of the workforce is disengaged, doing just enough to get by.

According to the Steelcase Engagement and the Global Workplace study, 37 percent of the world’s workers are disengaged. Another 29 percent teeter between engaged and disengaged. So how can leaders boost engagement? Build community, says Richard Straub, a veteran of over three decades in leadership positions at IBM. He’s currently the president of the Peter Drucker Society Europe, and heads one of the foremost thought leadership conferences in the field of management, The Global Peter Drucker Forum, druckerforum.org.

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