The statistics companies face are very stark with 80% of employees unhappy in the workplace, resulting in $550 billion a year in lost productivity resulting in much higher internal costs, and if not fixed, the results could be fatal.
Companies seem to treat their employees as numbers where transactional relationships and a heavy focus on short term results engulf the corporate culture.
It comes as no surprise to anyone when such a corporate culture has employees feeling disengaged and demotivated in the workplace, negatively affecting the overall productivity with downstream effects being higher turnover as valuable employees look elsewhere to find companies who actually care for them.
If this is not fixed quickly, this starts to put a tremendous squeeze on profits, putting the company on a downward spiral, and it could end up becoming a part of the 99% that are no longer around by year five.
The good news is that this can be prevented by ensuring that management learn how to implement intuitive resonance within the organization to establish trusted relationships with its employees, creating a tight-knit corporate culture that has employees intrinsically motivated to perform at their highest level.
The cumulative effect translates to an immediate increase in productivity with longer-term effects being lower turnover costs and higher profits, a combination Sunil Godse is used to seeing as he grew several entrepreneurial ventures to over $20 million before helping many other companies accelerate the productivity of their employees, elevating their business success to a whole new level.