WHY MAKE THE CLIMB?

We spend most of our waking lives working. Thousands of us are just going through the motions, disengaged, stressed-out, and wanting more out of our work lives than a paycheck. Far too many of us find our personal values are in a state of conflict with the pervasive, self-serving values that drive much of corporate culture. Making the climb represents a conscious decision to walk a different, more fulfilling path. It begins with a simple step, but can lead to a more purposeful journey that itself produces ripple effects at work and at home.

 
 
 
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HIGH TRUST ORGANIZATIONS FINANCIALLY OUTPERFORM LOW TRUST ORGANIZATIONS BY 286% – WATSON WYATT

COMPANIES WITH ENGAGED EMPLOYEES OUTPERFORM THOSE WITHOUT BY 202% – DALE CARNEGIE

Employee disengagement costs U.S. companies between $960 billion to $1.2 trillion per year in lost productivity – Gallop

92% of all brands in the U.S. could disappear tomorrow and no-one would care – Havas

64% of consumers cite shared values as the reason for their relationships with their favorite brands – Harvard Business Review

Companies with over 50% engaged employees retain over 80% of their customers – Qualtrics

48% of consumers refuse to buy from brands that are distrusted – Edelman

High employee engagement increases operational income by 19% and earnings growth by 28% – Harvard Business Review