My Top 5 Resources for Engagement and Retention
In a tight job market, retaining and engaging top talent is more important than ever.
How do you engage and retain your top talent? 1) Treat them like they are valuable, capable, and responsible, 2) Demonstrate empathy, and 3) Practice Compassionate Accountability®, 4) Leverage personality diversity, and 5) Transform drama into productive conflict.
Here are the top 5 resources from our archives to help you keep your employees happy, enthusiastic, loyal and productive.
What do employees really want? They want to know that the company and their leaders will treat them as worthwhile, capable, and accountable. This article provides practical strategies any leaders can implement to answer YES to the questions that keep employees engaged and enthusiastic to be working for you. Check out the Three Switches of a Compassion Mindset.
This blog post doesn’t just make the argument and show the data to back up, it’s also packed with tips that anyone can use to increase their empathy skills. What’s the difference between empathy and compassion?
Accountability is great, and without it we wouldn’t meet deadlines, reach our goals, or be able to trust each other. There’s a right way, and a wrong way to approach accountability. For all those passionate, committed and responsible leaders who are trying to get the job done and make a difference, this article will show you how to make sure your efforts don’t backfire.
Listen to my interview on the Leaders of Transformation Podcast (or read the transcript), to learn about the incredible impact that personality has on engagement, and how organizations can utilize knowledge of personality diversity to increase productivity and inclusion at the same time. What are the 10 commandments of a personality inclusive workplace?
Drama is the greatest threat to engagement and productivity. Here’s a bonus blast from the past, a timeless article from 2016 in Success Magazine that unpacks the dynamics of workplace drama and offers three ways to counteract the drain and guide conflict towards better outcomes.
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