Employee Retention - Five Tips to Retain Top Employees
Employees are the backbone of every business, so what would you do if your best performer gives you two weeks' notice? Don't worry, Jackie has your back! In today's episode, Jackie shares five strategies for retaining excellent employees even when they have other job offers.
As leaders, we must connect with our workers so that they can be a part of a work culture that they like. Don't be the boss who needs to hustle after being caught off guard by an employee's notice. Take responsibility and implement changes in this episode to prevent that from happening!
[1:50] How do you know if your employees are looking for a new job?
[3:55] You hire the best people you can find, and then it’s up to you to create an environment where great people decide to stay
[6:31] The first tip is to commit to the work of learning how to be a good boss.
[10:58] Have effective one-on-ones with your team.
[13:01] You need to give more praise than you’re doing now.
[16:11] Praise gives your team members more information.
[21:05] How to use feedback and praise as a strategy to help people develop.
[22:59] If you have a larger team you can purchase a premium membership and get access to that data so you can see where you are in the market.
[25:35] How to retain your best team members.
"You hire the best people you can find. And then it's up to you to create an environment where great people decide to stay and invest their time."
In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. What are the five tips for retaining your best team members?
2. How can you become a great boss and build a thriving culture that opens up the door to scale your business?
3. What are the key components of effective one-on-one and team meetings that can help build trust and loyalty?
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