Corporate is broken.
It's time to restructure our work experiences and create new paths that yield a valued workforce.
We believe work should leave us feeling fulfilled, not failed.
Do you remember the last time you felt valued at work?
This isn't a trick question. It's one to really consider. Think back... Within the past day, week, month, year; when do you remember finishing your work day and feeling your contribution mattered? When did you last feel deeply fulfilled or at least appreciated for your efforts?
The numbers say it all.
When looking at work statistics, the writing is on the wall: people are unhappy, unfulfilled, and barely engaged at work. In the book, Blind Spot by Jon Clifton, it appears this unhappiness was something "leaders missed"... not sure how that could be.
According to this Gallup poll, 36% of U.S. employees are engaged in their work and workplace - globally, 20% of employees are engaged at work.
Corporations have continuously placed profit over people for decades. Temperatures have been rising and an implosion was inevitable. The question now is what will we do to course correct? How will the leaders of tomorrow shape a different work culture? Who among us will be brave enough to place people before profit and regain a valued workforce?
Committed To Creating Valued Work Experiences
A valued workplace exemplifies a valued experience.
It's where everyone adds value and feels valued.
A valued workforce is built on trust.
It's where you're compensated fairly and know what is expected of you.
People feel respected, appreciated, and know their contribution is valuable.
Who We Are
In order for change to happen, you need to be anchored in what you know to be true. Values are our compass and hope pushes us forward.
What We Believe
Imagine if everyone felt valued at work.
It would not only change our working environments, it would change our lives. It would change our world.
How We Serve
Together is Better. This is our mantra. Impactful change occurs when we rally together to produce a powerful force. Let's fix what's broken together, today.