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Employee engagement

70 percent of the worldwide workers are disengaged in their jobs.

If we have the present results (think in economical, innovation, health&educational terms, etc) with just 30% engagement, imagine the impact on the world if we'd be able to find a solution to raise this percent.


This reduces leadership our days to one particular thing only: the ability to engage people in their work, so they produce better outcomes with the same, or less, amount of time allocated.


Leading our evolution,

L.E.E.

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