Only 15% of workers globally reported being engaged in their jobs. That’s a leadership crisis that requires Soft Power Skills to solve.
85% of the world’s workers probably hate their jobs! That’s what a recent Gallup poll indicates, which found that only 15% of the world’s workers felt “engaged” at work.
This is a leadership crisis! Today’s leaders need to nurture their employees with soft power skills, including the motivational elements of
- giving them a sense of autonomy
- deepening their relationships to others and to meaning
- increasing their competency
If you’re ready to accept the challenge to step up your people skills and leadership capabilities, apply for the Soft Power Skills Academy at SoftPowerSkills.com.
#SoftPowerSkills #Nspyr #BreakYourBarriers
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Lt. Col. Robert Cummings, completed his PhD dissertation on the Thai-Chinese community in Hat Yai at Chulalongkorn University. He has an MA-International Studies and MBA. A retired US Air Force command pilot and Asian Affairs specialist, he served as assistant professor of history at the Air Force Academy and assistant air attaché in the US Embassy, Bangkok, Thailand. Conversationally fluent in Chinese and Thai, he currently resides in Thailand.
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