Keep Top Talent!
Are you a manager who lost some of your best talent? According to a recent, preliminary report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2.5 million American workers willingly left their positions. Why are so many employees willing to leave their employers? Are they leaving because of their managers? By improving your management and leadership style, you will be able to keep your top talent. Yes, you can change how they feel about YOU, the manager. Small things make a big difference in how employees feel about their manager.
What You Will Learn:
Discover how great managers take extra steps to ensure their work environments are open, trusting, innovative and productive. As a result, your employees will respond positively. Learn to deal with loss of enthusiasm on the job. Find out an acceptable approach to employee motivation. Determine what behaviors you should model for effective leadership and which techniques don’t work.
Assess Where You Are
- Discover your leadership style
- Refresh your enthusiasm for leading people
- Determine if you have been sending mixed signals to your workers
- Understand the primary reasons employees leave an organization
- Find out the two words that matter most to effective managers
Assessing Your Organization
- Discover whether or not your organization has what it takes to execute a working employee retention plan
- Uncover what excellent corporations do to motivate employees to do more
- Exchange ideas that promote collaboration in your organization
- Not just buzz words – make an action plan
- Understand the difference between an organizational approach and a manager’s solution to things gone wrong
Promoting Employee Productivity
- Find out what questions to ask before you develop a policy aimed at motivating your staff
- Learn to communicate performance standards that are attainable for your employees
- Find out how to reward employees for performance and which award programs really work
- Find out how you can use the power of purpose to raise the bar in your workplace
- Be aware of what you are saying — and say it well
- Know when you need a new plan
Coaching and Developing Your Employees For Success
- Identify how “eligibility” and “suitability” work together to yield results
- Learn when an employee’s “ability” is getting in the way
- Determine what to do about those that can, but won’t
- Discover how to effectively coach for result the four most challenging performer types
- Address issues and barriers to poor performance and attitudes
Focus On Outcomes
- Discover which factors are the best indicators of success
- Accountability – learn to step in at the right time as coach
- Be confident when you’ve done all can do and need to let someone go
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