Employees who do not experience roadblocks are three times more likely to be satisfied at work, four times as likely to be committed to their organization, and half as likely to consider quitting compared to employees who do experience them.

The Roadblocks:

  • The belief that one is not allowed to engage in a particular behavior, shaped by a lack of autonomy, managerial support, and resources or time
  • The belief that one can’t engage in a particular behavior, originating from a lack of knowledge and training on job-related tasks
  • The belief that one won’t engage in a particular behavior, resulting from a lack of tangible rewards, personal meaning, and genuine job or task enjoyment

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