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When Rick Keyes was asked to take charge during a period where Meijer found profits falling, his response was to flatly declare that profits in the short term might need to be driven-down even further to make the organizational and cultural changes that the business needed. As part of our Executive Circle Leadership series, Rick Keyes explained why such a tightly-knit, family-run business was willing to trust him to move the organization forward with such a bold plan.
68% of your employees may not want to be there. According to Gallup, only 32% of employees are engaged in the American workplace. Worldwide, it’s even worse: 87% of employees are disengaged at significant levels. The leaders and managers in your company clearly face an uphill climb to build more productive teams.
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