Leaders at a top-five US government agency experienced a 63% improvement in the depth and quality of their relationships with their coworkers.
At a Fortune 500 consumer products company, 100% of senior leaders experienced solid gains in their performance, including significant bottom-line improvements for their areas of responsibility.
Leaders at one of the largest US not-for-profit health systems experienced a:
Senior leaders at a leading US research university experienced a 35% improvement in their ability to keep emotional outbursts from hindering their performance.
Leaders from the finance industry experienced a 30% improvement in the quality of their decision-making.
80% of the workforce in the US is affected by workplace stress.
It is estimated that employees lose an average of 1 hour of their work day to stress-related distraction. In a 100 person company where 80% of the employees are stressed that equates to losing 10 salaries a year to stress.
14% of respondents had felt like striking a coworker in the past year, but didn’t
25% have felt like screaming or shouting because of job stress, 10% are concerned about an individual at work they fear could become violent.
9% are aware of an assault or violent act in their workplace and 18% had experienced some sort of threat or verbal intimidation in the past year.
And, according to psychologist Robert Epstein, Ph.D., stress is a well-known creativity killer.