View the latest research on purpose and fulfillment in the workplace - and why these matter to your business.
Fulfillment matters for your bottom line. It’s linked to employee performance and tenure, with 65% of fulfilled employees reporting they are in the top 20% of performers. Fulfilled employees are also 2X more likely to stay 5+ years at a company. Peer coaching is the scalable solution to helping your employees feel more fulfilled in their work.
When employees engage in peer coaching, there is a 66% chance they will be fulfilled, and 90% of people are happy to coach others.
In this Workforce Purpose Index, we uncovered something that surprised us - it is statistically impossible to be fulfilled in life if you aren’t fulfilled at work. This makes employee fulfillment, unlike employee engagement, a true imperative.
Our research found that, if you engage in peer coaching, you have a 66% chance of being fulfilled. This white paper explores what peer coaching is, why it is beneficial to organizations, and how a company can begin to implement peer coaching.
This 2018 study in partnership with PwC and CECP explores how companies can build fulfilling employee experiences. 82% of employees consider fulfillment their responsibility and are ready to shape work to be more meaningful for themselves. This new data will help you recognize and grow the roots of fulfillment within your organization.
In 2016, we conducted our second annual study of the role of purpose in the workforce in partnership with LinkedIn. This index provides data that shows the tangible outcomes of purpose-driven performance for talent and businesses.
We conducted the Purpose in Higher Education study in collaboration with the University of Michigan, Grinnell College and Seattle Pacific University—learning that 47% of college students are purpose-oriented and are raising the bar for higher education and the workplace.
We partnered with NYU to learn more about the current state of fulfillment at work. We found that only 33% of the workforce was fulfilled at work, despite 28% of people defining the role of work in their lives primarily as a source of personal fulfillment and a way to help others.