U.S. study results
The study shows that Americans are somewhat more connected than average. They are better connected with themselves and with the organization where they work than people from other countries. They have a better idea of what their social life will be like in five years' time and they enjoy more out of life than the average countries studied. They are relatively strongly connected with the organization where they work. They believe that they fit in well in the organization where they work and that their employer is aware of their qualities.
Degree of connection has economic consequences
If people do not invest in developing connection with themselves (knowing what they want and what they can do) it not only has negative repercussions for social cohesion, but economic consequences as well. Strongly connected people experience greater enjoyment in their work, perform better and are more successful within the organization where they work.
Spreading the word on connection
With the slogan, 'Inspire to connect', &intoconnection is starting a campaign to raise people's awareness of the power of connection. 'Together we'll build a brighter future', says initiator Salem Samhoud, 'We need a better future, and connection between people is the starting point for this. I would advise anyone who thinks this sounds vague to read the study results at http://www.intoconnection.com. It has been proven that connected people are happier and more successful.'
The theory of connection is described in detail in the book that will be
launched in 14 major cities on June 21st, with the campaign, '&intoconnection
Goes Glo-Ball', with illustrations based on the results of the study on
connection. People will become aware of the power of conne
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