Avoiding the Quit and Stay Phenomenon:
Engage and Retain Your Best Employees
Sometimes employees quit, they just don’t leave the building. Quit and stay is the phenomenon of employees becoming disengaged and less productive while waiting for other roles to become available. Quit and stay is an unfortunate but avoidable phenomena. Do you know which of your employees are engaged and committed to your organization? Do you have a plan for those who are not? Identify the key drivers of employee engagement, retention and performance and develop a loyal and committed workforce.
Three learning outcomes:
- Identify the key drivers of employee engagement, retention and performance.
- Determine what motivates your employees, so you can keep them engaged and motivated.
- Build trust so employees are comfortable making requests and communicating their needs, likes and dislikes.
Shari Harley, Candid Culture
Shari Harley runs Candid Culture, a training and consulting firm making it easier to tell the truth at work. Shari is bringing candor back to the workplace. Before launching her business Shari led leadership development training for OppenheimerFunds, conducted customer service training for American Century Investments, and facilitated for Dale Carnegie Training. Shari is the author of the book How to Say Anything to Anyone, has a master’s degree in Communication, and taught leadership development at the University of Denver. Shari’s practical approach has led her to speak and train in Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, India, Dubai and Australia. From ‘Making Meetings Work’ and ‘Delegating Better’ to ‘Managing Your Career’ and ‘Saying Anything to Anyone,’ Shari’s tips are sure to delight and inform in a real, direct and very funny way. Watch videos and learn more about Shari at www.candidculture.com.
||This program has been approved for 1.0 Professional Development Credits (PDCs), towards SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP, through the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
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