If you paid someone £30 an hour to do a job, and he or she gave back only £10 of effort per hour, what would you call that?
I would call it not only sad and unprofitable, but I would also call it immoral cheating and stealing ... which it certainly is, on the employee's part.
But those words don't tell the whole story. When an employee is not performing to his or her peak capacity, it almost always has something to do with the supervisor, manager, or senior leader.
It's a massive cost to any organisation that gets it wrong.
Our latest blog identifies the 4 emotions that every effective leader needs to ignite to create a supercharged highly motivated team.
Click here to download the 4 emotions that ignite performance