Boost Innovation | Culture Meets Technology

The Biggest Economic Recovery Mistake and The Human Bubble

There is no economic recovery that doesn’t rely on human recovery.

Our data is showing that there is an immense amount of grief in the people that our economy is built on.

Do you remember when the .com bubble burst?

What about the housing bubble?

Well…this is the HUMAN BUBBLE, and most of us are missing it. 86% of our respondents have shown some level of grief associated with their workplace. This may seem like a normal number during a pandemic but the majority of these numbers are associated with a false appreciation for having work. Mark the following words:

“The human aspect of our economy will only be realized by those who don’t survive their mistakes.”

-Ken King

The grief that we are seeing in employees is the equivalent of the bubbles that we have seen in dot com and real estate.

One day, we will wake up and know that the impact of the COVID19 pandemic has had on the balance of world, local, and individual economics was underestimated.

Those that invest in people, culture, and growth now, will be the ones that exist in ten years.

-KK


Please review our GRW and FLW projects.

JOIN THE BOOST COMMUNITY

We never send more than one email a week. We stay informative… and sometimes even funny!

SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE

RECENT POSTS

Belonging At Work & Growth

When it comes to belonging at work we must leverage our people’s new understanding of themselves. This enhances both financial and wellness factors in a

Share Article

Share on email
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

More Articles

Performance Relativity
Boost Innovation

Performance Relativity

I’m a big believer that every person is on their own journey to be the best that they can possibly be. Putting that journey into the context of anybody else’s journey is not only unrewarding but frankly a waste of time. This is where the theory of performance relativity becomes

Read More »
Group Culture Improvement
Boost Innovation

Group Culture Improvement You Can Afford To Miss

Data-Based Solutions From 2020 It’s been a long time since people who work in groups, compete on teams, and lead others have been challenged in the way that they are right now. We spent a week collecting data points based of human actions, statements, formal interviews and informal conversation in

Read More »

Get content like this sent directly to your inbox!