The Gallup Organization was created in 1958 by George Gallup, whose name worldwide is all but synonymous with public opinion polling. Although the Gallup Poll, which monitors political and economic trends, conducted since 1935, remains its most prominent enterprise, the company generates most of its revenues from marketing and management research. Gallup has offices in more than 25 countries.
Gallup has accumulated more and better workplace resources than has any other organization in the world. Consider these details:
“There’s no lack of data. The challenge is what to do with it.
With so much available data out there, you need a partner who can identify and interpret the data that matter most and help you use it to make decisions that will improve your business results. That partner is us.
Empower managers to improve team performance.
Gallup Access brings you the surveys we’re known for, but we don’t just leave you with survey results. You will also set your managers up for success every day with learning and advice you won’t find anywhere else.
Use the platform as part of our consulting services for truly exceptional outcomes.”
It’s the Manager is one of the latest books from Gallup Press in which Jim Clifton (Gallup’s Chairman and CEO) and Jim Harter (Gallup’s Chief Scientist, Workplace) share the findings of recent research that indicate that the quality of managers and team leaders is the single biggest factor in an organization’s long-term success.
If your organization needs managers who will accelerate the personal growth and professional development of its people, I urge you to check out the nature and extent of Gallup resources now available by clicking here.