Compassion Counts

Positively impacting your people, your customers and your results

“Now is  the time to re-think. To create workplaces to help people thrive.  At the heart of everything we do, must be human connection; the way we collaborate, the way we communicate, the way we engage, the way we support each other.”

Peter Cheese, CEO C.I.P.D. April 2020

The case for compassion

  • 83% of the UK workforce is either disengaged or ambivalent about their job and/or company
  • *Dis-engaged employees cost approx. £52-70bn per year to UK
  • On average, a company loses 1% to 2.5% of its total revenue in the time it takes to get a new hire up to speed
  • The UK lost 12.8m working days due to stress related illnesses in 2019
Disengaged employees cost approx. £52-70bn per year to UK

Highly engaged teams show:

  • **21% higher profitability
  • 41% reduction in absenteeism
  • 59% less staff turnover

source : Talent for Growth 2019 – The cost of Dis-Engaged Employees

Overall percentages of people “thriving” have dropped to Great recession era lows

Gallup May 2020

Key to success is delivering a positive impact

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In tough times, there’s a natural tendency for leaders to shy away from employee interactions …
But leaders need to push through this, because when people are scared, they need positive human interaction.

Mark Murphy

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One of the criticisms I’ve faced over the years is that I’m not aggressive enough or assertive enough, or maybe somehow, because I’m empathetic, it means I’m weak. I totally rebel against that. I refuse to believe that you cannot be both compassionate and strong.

Jacinda Ahern