Fundamental shift in organisational attitudes is key to rescuing UK economy
23 January 2015
In this piece, Vlatka discusses the fundamental shift in organisational attitudes that is required in order to aid the progress of the UK economy.
She also talks about the destructive potential of a disengaged workforce and the importance to businesses of empowering people. According to the article, surveys show that only around 25% of the workforce is passionate about their work.
Visit the Institute of Leadership and Management website to read the full article.
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