Here's a sobering perspective: More than half of the respondents to
a recent employee survey insist that they feel "stagnant" in their
jobs, while an astounding 62 percent claim to have no aspirations
to assume any leadership goal in their organizations.
The opinions were gleaned by Development Dimensions International
(DDI) in a research project that found confidence in leaders
hurtling to a 10-year low. The report claimed that the disparity
between stagnant and contented workers is growing wider, and it
voiced a logical conclusionemployers can ill afford to suffer
unproductive, poorly engaged workers during this difficult time.