Leaders Have Low TurnoverLeaders attract and keep great people, who in turn become managers and then leaders that continue to attract and keep great people
When this happens
Leaders openly identifying gaps, strengths and future requirements of the team and hire people based on what they are passionate about being excellent and responsible for.
Leaders value team roles and spend time to understand the team members, their strengths and abilities to assign appropriate work people look forward to being responsible for.
Leaders remove the mindset of having to complete all the time and the fear that if you make someone too strong on the team they will take over and you will lose your job, power, authority. Creating a culture of total organizational succession planning.
In listening we commonly hear
I don’t belong here what made them think I could do this job?
I really feel uncomfortable in my skin at work.
Coaching essentials for low turnover
You will be able to give effective performance feedback and praise good efforts that are tied to the expected results. People want to know that their work makes a difference. A great leader provides a recognition platform that identifies and promotes the contribution employees make. This is not “employee” of the month, which can soon become a joke. It is a true representation of what employees have done to contribute to the ongoing success of the organization.