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Companies around the world lost $7.8 trillion in productivity in 2021 because of an unengaged or actively disengaged workforce, according to Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace report.
The big picture: For leaders to beat The Great Resignation, they have to set priorities that both serve their business and inspire and engage their teams — then communicate them clearly, frequently, and transparently.
Communication is the hardest part of that equation — and many leaders face difficulty tapping the right tools and collecting the right feedback to improve this skill so critical to team engagement.
It's time for a smarter strategy. Cydney Roach, Edelman's Global Chair & U.S. Practice Lead, Employee Experience, and Doug Madey, Briq's Vice President, Marketing & Communications, shared best practices to advance your leadership comms strategy.
The takeaway: Employees are at the nexus of brand trust and communication. Winning the Great Resignation means keeping your staff engaged and motivated to avoid stress and burnout.
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