Your strongest team members are burned out and looking for new opportunities. Your culture surveys show that leaders aren’t holding underperformers accountable. And the pandemic has proven that employees will leave a job if it doesn’t connect to their values and goals.
With fierce competition for talent and people resigning on a whim, you need to act quickly and thoughtfully. Perks and raises won’t cut it. You have to give people a meaningful reason to stay.
That reason is a manager who doesn’t see themselves as a taskmaster but rather as a facilitator. A facilitator of personal growth and development who knows that if their people are happier, more engaged, and challenged, the business results will follow.
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, August 12, 2021
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