Recent South African research from, corporate culture experts, The Human Edge, shows that workplace conversation failures are both extensive and costly. Helene Vermaak, Director at The Human Edge says that there is a severe cost of silence affecting the bottom-line of organisations and yet only 6% of people feel extremely confident to speak up.
New study shows bosses are out of touch with the day-to-day experience of their employees
July 19, 2016 – PROVO, UT – A new study, released today, found a concerning gap between what managers say they want their company culture to be and what employees say is really valued by these same bosses.
According to our research, slacking coworkers cause a quarter of their hard-working colleagues to put in four to six more hours of work each week.
According to research from Joseph Grenny and David Maxfield, authors of the New York Times bestseller Crucial Conversations, 56% of us safeguard toxic secrets or grievances in the workplace for more than a year — because we focus on the immediate risks involved in...
According to our new study, nearly every employee has either seen or suffered from one of the top five most catastrophic comments, which are: Suicide by Feedback 23% You thought others could handle the truth—but they didn’t. Gossip Karma 21% You talked about someone...