Your passion is important. If you lose your way, you lose your passion.

Anyone can fall victim of losing their passion at some point or another. Results from Gallup’s State of the American Workforce reveal disengagement at work happens to over 50% of employees. Yet organizations with higher employee engagement perform at higher levels, so what can leaders do to keep teams engaged. Dr. Pilcher refers to her days as a tennis enthusiast to demonstrate the struggle to maintain passion and how to help each other from losing our way.

This episode address questions, such as: 

  • What does it mean when we lose our passion? 
  • How do we reengage at work? 
  • How can leaders help employees reengage?   

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