Supportive teams. High energy meetings. A penchant for innovation. Sustainable workloads. These are some recognisable traits of the most successful organisations out there today, which attract and maintain high-calibre talent. Which, of course, further feeds a positive upward spiral.
How do you get to this place? Turn to the science. We conducted meta-analyses on 600+ research studies. In this guide, we tell you all about what we found.
LIFT ENGAGEMENT & WELLBEING
In this guide, we review and explain the science behind 9 factors that we at Winningtemp developed together with PhD Leif Denti at the University of Gothenburg. We provide specific suggestions about what you can do to implement each of these factors in your organisation, to support better performance, increased motivation, and a higher level of effectiveness.
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