According to iPEC, the E-Factor™ is a conclusive indicator to determine success in work and life. Easy to determine, the E-Factor utilizes the Energetic Self Perception Chart quantified by the Energy Leadership Assessment.
iPEC’s latest research shows that people with higher E-Factors are more satisfied with all aspects of their lives and the findings further suggest that these people are thus able to engage in their activities and relationships with more energy and passion.
On the other hand, the study also explains the danger of employees whose E-Factor falls into the catabolic range and thus creatse workers who are not engaged. iPEC warns that if these employees are are managers, directors, or executives their catabolic disposition has an even greater ripple effect on those they lead.
The statistics are eye-opening. iPEC sites statistics from Right Management that 84% of employees say they plan to look for new jobs in 2011 – up from 60% in 2009. Now, only 5% say they definitely intend to remain in their current position. Are your employees engaged? Isn’t it time you found out?