4 minute readDuring times of uncertainty, decision-making can be heavily impacted. As we have discussed previously, a study examining companies’ performance before and after different recessions found that just nine percent of organizations “roared out of the recession,” and 80 percent still struggled, even three years after the recession. What was the differentiator between the few that thrived
Leveraging behavioural research to help leaders tackle business' biggest problems.
Organizational Surveys Matter
The highest performing organizations have several characteristics in common. Organizations that have consistent leadership and strategies are more likely to belong to a high-performance group. Furthermore, organizations that convey they care about employee opinions and provide regular feedback and expectations were also more likely to be high performing. Using organizational survey results as a guide, leaders can give employees a voice, and plan and execute strategies for increased effectiveness, taking their organization’s overall performance to the next level.