The statistics tell a powerful story

(cue dramatic music)

85% of employees are actively disengaged at work

45% of employees leave their job because of a ‘bad boss’

Engaged businesses see 41% lower absenteeism and 17% higher productivity

This means the disengaged employees …

  • Do the bare minimum to get paid (and will leave your company in a heartbeat)
  • Don’t have any connection with their colleagues (hello, conflict)
  • Save their best ideas for a job they’ll care about (goodbye, innovation)

…which explains the €20 billion a year cost to the European economy for work-related stress.

And yet… companies that actively engage their people are 21% more profitable.

Engagement? It comes down to a sense of identity, purpose and belonging

So when your people look for things like mission and identity, and want to integrate work and life – how do you give them that?

The answer: Cultivate Community

Growing up, you have a community in your family, school, college, sports team or book club.

But when you start working… you have a job.

A community at work involves a clear direction, emotional connection in the team, meaningful work, humour and fun and more importantly… a workplace you look forward to being a part of every day.

And it makes sense:

Because teams with a sense of belonging (i.e. community) show 21% greater profitability, 41% reduction in absenteeism, and 59% less turnover.

So the question is, how do you build a team with a strong sense of community, one that is dedicated to your organisation and has a mission to stand behind?

That’s where I come in

I’m Razwana Wahid, Community Engineer

I help companies cultivate diverse communities that work.

My work with you integrates diversity and inclusion, developing workplace culture, conflict management and humour…

… Supporting you to create more productive, cohesive and effective teams that live and breathe the value of community in your workplace (foosball table optional).

Community in your company is engineered by integrating 5 key principles:

They’re called the Five Factors of Community (because: who doesn’t love a fancy name?)

These Five Factors of Community are applied through culture analytics, structured and tailor made training workshops, emotional intelligence, mentoring and coaching to help you cultivate a community your people can’t wait to be a part of.

To start cultivating community in your workplace, Click here