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We help Organizations Improve Productivity and Profits by Enabling Mindful & Compassionate Leadership and Teams

Is your company a statistic ?

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COMPASSION AT WORK- A MISSED OPPORTUNITY

“Of the over 1,000 leaders we surveyed, 91% said compassion is very important for leadership, and 80% would like to enhance their compassion but do not know how. Compassion is clearly a hugely overlooked skill in leadership training.”
— Harvard Business Review
 

COST OF TOXIC WORKPLACES

 
 
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Disengagement

70 % of employees , causing losses of $500 Billion/year -Gallup

Unhappiness

40 % leave their jobs because they are unhappy with it - IBM

Stress

83 % Of employees are stressed at work. Annual cost of stress estimated at $300 Billion/yr. - 2014 Annual Work Stress Survey

Poor Culture

48 % is the probability of job turnover in poor company cultures - Columbia University

Abuse

44 % of employees say they’ve been verbally, emotionally, or physically abused by a supervisor in their career. - Employment Law Alliance

Bad Bosses

75 % of the workplace says that their bad boss is the worst part of their workplace - American Psychological Association


LOST PRODUCTIVITY

Interruptions

The average office employee spends 56 minutes per day using their cell phone at work for non-work activity - OfficeTeam

The average worker spends 13 hours a week on emails alone, which means 28% of the workweek is taken up by email. - Attentiv

Distractions

It takes an average of 23 minutes and 15 seconds to get back to tasks after distractions.- UC, Irvine

Procrastination

The average person spends 43 minutes procrastinating at work each day, equating to nearly 10% of the average 7.5 hour working day and adding up to a significant 3 hours 35 minutes per working week. - RateSetter

Disengagement

Actively disengaged employees cost the U.S. $450 to $550 billion per year in lost productivity.- Gallup

Disorganization

Employees spend 1.8 hours every day—9.3 hours per week, on average—searching and gathering information.- McKinsey

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Clutter

In a study by Core Data Happy Homes 2017  a quarter (25.4%) of respondents say clutter creates stress or anxiety in their lives, and 16.5% say it impacts their happiness negatively. Similar proportion say clutter decreases their sense of self control (14.9%) or creates a sense of shame in them (13.9%)