We all have dreams. But the fact is that 7.5 out of 10 people have experienced loss, trauma, or betrayal and if people don’t transform that energy, they transmit it. Many of these people become leaders of organizations!
Over the last 18 pandemic months, there has been a lifetime supply of loss, trauma, and betrayal. The choice all of us need to make is whether we become victims or spur a transformation. This is a defining moment for employers. The employer-employee relationship is on trial. Will you succumb to The Great Resignation or shift to The Great Awakening.
Mckinsey’s Q3 report indicates that in many organizations their future is trending toward more nightmare than dream: 40% of employees are likely to leave their current job in the next 3-6 months even if they don’t have another opportunity in hand. The challenge confronting leadership at this moment is the growing chasm between the jobs people are doing and the sense of fulfillment coming from it.
Jonathan Dunn and his Dream Leader Institute live at this intersection of work and fulfillment. He believes dreams are the guides in creating those healthy connections that bring meaning and purpose to the work we do in our lives.
Join us on this episode as we dare to dream how we fix broken workplaces and spark the fires of meaning and purpose to live our best lives and make our best contributions in the world.
- What is in your life that isn’t making you happy?
- What is the common denominator in your life that is not working?
- How to align your peoples’ dreams with your company’s purpose?
Dare to Dream. Start with this conversation.