Today’s workers are lonelier than ever before resulting in a disengaged, disloyal, and disenchanted workforce.
Sixty-one percent of American adults report they are lonely and among Generation Z workers aged 18-22, 73 percent report sometimes or always feeling alone. The increase in remote working, the growing importance of inclusion, and the need for better wellbeing at work are all reasons to understand and address loneliness at work.
In this book, readers will discover what’s causing today’s loneliness, the role inclusion plays in solving it, and several ways leaders can decrease loneliness among their teams (and themselves) while increasing belonging, engagement, and performance at work.
• An awareness of loneliness, the modern causes, and how it is impacting health and business.
• A firm understanding of belonging, why it’s needed at work, and how to identify workers who are in need of it.
• Actionable strategies to lessen loneliness and boost belonging at work.
• An ability to connect workers to the team, work, and a purpose.
An internationally-recognized keynote speaker, virtual trainer, and two-time published author. For a decade, he has helped organizations optimize generational dynamics, lessen worker loneliness, and prepare for the future of work. Ryan’s top-ranked insights have been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, and The Wall Street Journal. He is also co-founder of Sync Learning Experiences (SyncLX.com), a learning and development consultancy redefining how workers gain modern skills. Ryan lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife, three children, and yellow Labrador.
A global leadership consultant, executive coach, and published author. Steven has spent 12 years working with hundreds of leaders from organizations like Salesforce, The Home Depot, Komatsu, and Bridgestone, helping them develop 21st century leadership skills. Steven has been featured in Forbes, ATD (Association for Talent Development), and Trainingmag.com. He is also co-founder of Sync Learning Experiences (SyncLX.com). Steven lives in San Juan Capistrano, CA with his wife and daughter.