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Organizational Health is defined as an organization’s ability to function effectively, to cope adequately, to change appropriately, and to grow from within.

But what are its benefits? Improving the health of your company has real implications on your company’s success, including your monetary returns. It helps keep your employees more engaged—reducing turnover—and increases your chances of outperforming your competitors.

Ready to improve the health of your company? Our Organizational Health coaches are ready to personalize a plan for you.

Joe [and Prophit Co.] set us out on this course by helping us define purpose, by helping us understand our values and really put forward the motion of something as daunting as trying to shift a company's culture.
- Paul Northway, American National Bank
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The chances your company will outperform its competitors if you improve your Organizational Health.

When companies manage with an equal eye to performance and health, they more than double the probability of outperforming their competitors.

Source: McKinsey

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The amount of returns an organizationally healthy company generates vs. organizationally unhealthy companies.

Healthy companies generated total returns to shareholders three times higher than those of unhealthy ones.

Source: McKinsey

Prophit Co.'s technology Dignify® really works. Since using Dignify®, our turnover has been reduced from 400% per year to 240%, which is very good for our industry.
- Ed Cape, The Cleaning Authority
Six to twelve months to get organizational health results

The time it takes to achieve measurable improvements in your organizational health.

Companies that work on their health, we’ve found, not only achieve measurable improvements in their organizational well-being but demonstrate tangible performance gains in as little as 6 to 12 months.

Source: McKinsey

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How much more likely your company is to succeed in making organizational change if you focus on Organizational Health.

More specifically, McKinsey found that by placing equal emphasis and effort on performance and health, an organization can improve the likelihood of success for its organizational change program from 30% to almost 80%.

Source: McKinsey

I would go on record stating our turnover has significantly decreased from approximately 350% to 125%. Our team member performance has also significantly increased.
- Tim, Great American Cookies
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The reduction in turnover if your employees are more engaged.

Why are engaged teams more profitable? Those teams who score in the top 20% in engagement realize a 41% reduction in absenteeism, and 59% less turnover.

Source: Forbes

$550 billion per year cost for disengaged employees

How much money disengaged employees cost U.S. companies each year.

Disengaged employees cost U.S. companies up to $550 billion a year.

Source: Forbes

In a human capital economy, people are the key ingredient—a truth that will become only more apparent during the coming sansdemic. Every student, every employee, every potential employee is valuable.
- Emsi Burning Glass

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