70% of global workers feel lonely at least monthly; with 52 percent saying at least weekly.
94% of leaders say that their teams are growing lonelier while working remotely.
73% of Generation Z workers (aged 18-22) report sometimes or always feeling alone.
Lonely workers are…
Inspire your team with wow and know-how. Improve employee engagement and well-being by lessening loneliness and boosting belonging. Join hundreds of the world’s leading companies like The Home Depot, Liberty Mutual, and Catalent Pharma Solutions in the fight against workplace loneliness.
• An awareness of loneliness, the modern causes, and how it’s impacting health and business.
• A firm understanding of belonging, why it’s needed at work, and how to identify workers who are in need of it.
• Actionable strategies to lessen loneliness and boost belonging at work.
• An ability to connect workers to the team, work, and a purpose.
Interactive programs range from 30 minutes to full-day workshops.
Improve teamwork, increase inclusion, and enhance the well-being of your employees. SyncLX’s 10-15min interactive wellness courses are proven to lessen worker loneliness. Insert the courses into any existing LMS or access directly through our learning portal.
Reenergize and reconnect an isolated , disconnected, and remote team with the Connect Deck.
The Connect Deck is a one-of-a-kind learning experience that uses 30 simple and fun daily activities to reconnect people with their team and humanity. Say goodbye to worker loneliness, isolation, and burnout.
Not sure how lonely your current workforce is?
Every team is hindered by loneliness, but just how lonely is your team? SyncLX’s proprietary loneliness audits are the first workplace audits that uncover critical insights about how disconnected your employees really are. Then we devise a plan to move your team from lonely to engaged.
Ryan and Steven are the authors of the forthcoming book, Boosting Belonging: How Leaders Can Move a Lonely Workforce From Isolated to All-In (McGraw Hill 2022). The 1st book to address loneliness at work!
Ryan Jenkins, CSP® (Certified Speaking Professional)™, is an internationally-recognized keynote speaker, virtual trainer, and two-time published author. For a decade, he has helped organizations optimize generational dynamics, lessen worker loneliness, and prepare for the future of work. Ryan’s top-ranked insights have been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, and The Wall Street Journal. He is also co-founder of Sync Learning Experiences (SyncLX.com), a learning and development consultancy redefining how workers gain modern skills. Ryan lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife, three children, and yellow Labrador.
Steven Cohen, MSOD (Master of Science in Organizational Development) is a global leadership consultant, executive coach, and published author. Steven has spent 12 years working with hundreds of leaders from organizations like Salesforce, The Home Depot, Komatsu, and Bridgestone, helping them develop 21st century leadership skills. Steven has been featured in Forbes, ATD (Association for Talent Development), and Trainingmag.com. He is also co-founder of Sync Learning Experiences (SyncLX.com). Steven lives in San Juan Capistrano,CA with his wife and daughter.
“Blown away by the loneliness training! It was pragmatic, meaningful, relevant, and impactful!”
“The energy, organization, passion, and knowledge in the SyncLX virtual presentation was incredible. It’s an important time to talk about loneliness and belonging in the workplace for all generations. Rock stars!“
“Highly recommend! It was engaging and timely. They involved the audience and kept our attention throughout the entire presentation. Loneliness and maintaining engagement is so necessary for our team during our current remote work arrangements.”
“The “boost belonging and lessen loneliness in the workplace” program was a hit with our members! We heard ideas and learned strategies that relate to both work and home. It was fun, entertaining, and relevant!”
“Informative, relevant, and packed with actionable strategies. Highly recommend!“