Dr. Joey Faucette on How Leaders Can Design a Mindset Made to Build Positive Cultures
Fresh news from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) brings attention to a significant issue: an astounding majority of the UAE workforce admits 'quiet quitting.' This revelation, as reported by Gallup, sheds light on a critical concern within the country's labor market but also on the role of leaders on building healthy work cultures.
Gallup's extensive research reveals that low employee engagement is not only a local problem but also a global challenge. Shockingly, the costs associated with diminished work engagement are estimated to reach a staggering $8.8 trillion, equating to approximately 9 percent of the global gross domestic product (GDP).
About Dr. Joey Faucette
Dr. Joey Faucette is a highly sought-after expert specializing in company transformation, fostering positive work cultures, and driving increased productivity. As the visionary behind the Work Positive framework, he has established himself as a prominent culture architect, Certified Executive Coach, and author of the best-selling book, "Work Positive in a Negative World: Team Edition."
Dr. Joey Faucette's work has been featured in esteemed publications including Wall St. Journal Money Watch, CNBC, Fox Business News, Entrepreneur Media, and numerous other influential platforms. His transformative strategies and insights have helped countless organizations achieve remarkable growth and success.
What We Discussed in this Episode on How Leaders Can Design a Mindset Made to Build Positive Cultures:
- The Importance of Investing in Employee Mindset Design: Should Companies Prioritize It? - Unlocking Meaning at Work: How Leaders Can Help Employees Find Purpose - Rethinking the Coach as a Leader Approach: Is It Truly Effective in Today's Disconnected Workplace? - After 39 Years of Shaping Positive Work Cultures: What are the Major Trends Observed - Prioritizing Company Focus: Adapting to Gen Z's Priorities Beyond Money and Status - Future-Proofing Leadership: Essential Skills for a Remote and Human-Centric Work Environment