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The-State-of-Workplace-Interference

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THE STATE OF WORKPLACE INTERFERENCE | 2 Index Executive summary ...................................2 Key findings ........................................................... 2 Introduction .......................................................... 3 Interpreting the survey results ........................ 3 Research findings ..................................... 4 Do people come to work ready to do their best? .......................................................................4 Do people experience interference during a typical day at work? ............................................4 What types of interference do people encounter at work, and how frequently do they experience it? ............................................. 5 Executive summary Key findings The average employee begins their workday only 68% "charged." 60% of workers experience at least some interference every day that prevents them from doing their best work. Full-time workers identified their managers as the cause of 38% of interference with their best work. Managers can proactively help their employees to be more productive. According to employees, the most helpful things managers can do to reduce interference are: treat employees equally (57%) provide opportunities for growth (52%) pitch in and help when things are hard (49%) coach employees to solve problems (41%) How does interference affect people? ........... 7 Do managers cause interference? ..................8 How can managers reduce interference? .........................................................9 How managers experience interference ...........................9 How organizations can address interference ............................................. 10 About the survey ..................................... 12 About InsideOut Development .............. 12

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