eg.1’s new study finds employers need to do more to recognise and value the contribution Game Changers can bring and think differently about the way they manage, promote and reward their team.

Whilst many large organisations recruit Game Changers to help them make transformational change it is clear, that once Game Changers get to experience the reality of a career with their employer, they don’t like what they see.

Nathan Ott, CEO of eg.1 says,“Our research suggests that Game Changers, the very people with the potential to initiate and drive transformational change, are rarely able to make their mark in traditional corporate settings.

“Game Changers are the individuals that business leaders, across every industry, are desperately searching for. But because they don’t fit into traditional talent frameworks they are often neglected and, as a result, end up jumping ship to work in an environment where they have the freedom to achieve their game-changing potential.”

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