Why the Human Quotient is becoming increasingly important for:

What we know from research and customer cases about impact of human leadership practices

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Less stressed at work
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More energy at work
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More engagement
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Increased creativity
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Less burnout
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Less sick leave

Source: McKinsey & Crossknowledge Research, Jan Empires-Nick van Dam, 2018

Why the Human Quotient is becoming increasingly important

Observable Symptoms in society

For the individual

Increase in burnout at a young age
More people with DSM V: ADHD, autism, dyslexia
Depression and psychological problems

HumanFits organisatie

For the organization

Costs of absenteeism: 9 million per year
16 experiencing burnout Symptoms: V + 5.6 m + 3
40 of the talent of employees remains untapped
Attention to health results in 5% more productivity
and reduces absenteeism by 15%

For society

Increasing intolerance
Social incompetence
Loneliness becomes an epidemic
Young people (16-24) are the most lonely
Explosive increase in health care costs
In 2040, the costs will be doubled compared to 2015
Psychological complaints cost 22 million

Sources: KIMO, Linkedin – More learning is good 2018, public health care 2019, TNO in practice.