Ruth K Ross led a successful career as a strategic human resources executive with top FORTUNE 100 companies for 30 years before she went on to start her own company in San Francisco to focus on the critical intersection where people and process fuse together in organizations. A thought leader on engagement, Ruth’s work with C-suite executives, middle management and service professionals validated her belief that disengagement is robbing people of their passions and cutting deeply into corporate profitability.
Ruth is an author, a speaker, and a consultant, and she is amazing!
The cost of this disengagement is staggering. According to the Gallup Organization, the value of lost productivity is costing businesses in the U.S. $500 billion annually.
Ruth offers simple, effective ways to foster engagement which can create a better culture within your organization and ultimately increase your profitability, not to mention improve lives as well.
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