A McKinsey study found that most people feel their work defines their purpose – and they need to feel purpose at work. However, while top executives derive ample purpose from their careers, many workers don’t. McKinsey’s Naina Dhingra, Andrew Sama, Bill Schaninger and Matt Schrimper outline the choice facing leaders: Address your employees’ need to feel that you value them and their work or face ongoing turnover. The authors suggest ways to help your employees thrive within your firm by sharing its sense of purpose.
About the Authors
McKinsey & Company staff members conducted this study and reported its results, as written by partner Naina Dhingra, senior partner Bill Schaninger, firm alumnus Andrew Samo and New Jersey consultant Matt Schrimper.
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