The 68 Percent and why They Matter

Recent research by European Leaders found that sixty eight percent of employees questioned did not understand their company’s vision. Which raises the question of why not? The report also revealed that only eighteen percent of respondents from the same survey viewed the company they worked for as a good organization.

John Maxwell said, “People who understand how important their part is are motivated to persevere and work with excellence, even in the face of obstacles and problems.” He’s right. And in today’s edition on the Management Moment Radio Show, I will be sharing three guiding thoughts about the vision of your organization and why you can’t lead without it.

Tune in today at 2 p.m. ET and listen to the program live. If you miss the show, it’s OK; you can listen later on demand. Either way, be sure to share the link with a friend and let them know about the show!

The Management Moment Radio Show on Blog Talk Radio can be listened to live by following this link: www.blogtalkradio.com/managementmoment/2012/06/19/the-68-percent-and-why-they-matter-with-doug-dickerson

Like to call in and be on the show? Call me at 347.843.4719. The 68 percent – they matter; and today you will find out why!

 

© 2012 Doug Dickerson

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Doug’s new book, Great Leaders Wanted! is now available. Visit www.dougsmanagementmoment.blogspot.com to order your copy today.

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About dougdickerson

I am an internationally recognized leadership speaker, columnist, and author. My books include: "Leaders Without Borders: 9 Essentials for Everyday Leaders", "Great Leaders Wanted", "Leadership by the Numbers", and "It Only Takes a Minute: Daily Inspiration for Leaders on the Move". I live outside beautiful Charleston, South Carolina.
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