Success is driven by people. And no leadership function is more critical than the ability to motivate, effectively manage and retain qualified and competent people.
As a result of the pandemic, the labor market is tighter than ever. Challenges now exist just finding people to work. The solution requires successful execution of “short game” and “long game” strategies. The short game is about doing whatever you can to fill openings. The long game is about retention, i.e. focusing on developing quality employees, putting conscious effort into employee engagement and creating the type of organizational culture that supports long term retention, thus reducing the need to recruit.
The benefits of having an effective short and long game include a decrease in staff turnover and labor-related problems. The average staff member stays in an office for approximately 21 months. Conservative estimates are that turnover costs between $10,000 and $20,000 each time—so doing a better job means less emotional and financial stress.
During this presentation, our emphasis will be your long game since it is the aspect you have the most control over.
Common personnel mistakes
Job descriptions as a communication and performance management tool
Long term benefits of robust onboarding plans
Organizational cultures that foster employee engagement
Employee engagement: what is it, why should you care and how do you achieve it?
Join us for this informative presentation about enhancing your “long game”—where a leader’s primary focus is on people and outcomes, not just results—which includes communication, mentoring, coaching, problem-solving, and supporting employees—where successful practices provide employees with a sense of purpose and belonging.
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