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Posts Tagged: retention

  • 10 commandments of coaching

    10 commandments of coaching

    If you’re a leader, you’re a business coach. Every coach needs a reliable set of proven maxims to lead their employees. Here are ten commandments of leadership to live by. The importance of each one may vary in your company, but these basic tenets are tried and true. Ready? Let’s get started. 1. People will

  • Employee retention: How to keep your A-players

    Employee retention: How to keep your A-players

    Watch Insperity’s Fridays With Vistage webinar (below) for more great ideas on recruiting and retaining great employees. Your company might not have a retention strategy. But should it? After working hard to attract the right employees, you want them to stay. So why wouldn’t you put the same energy toward keeping your recruits around? An

  • Retaining Employees: Your Most Important Job?

    I write so much about employee issues, lawsuits and “mess management” that I sometimes sound as if I don’t value employees. The reality is that good employees are invaluable. Especially in small and medium-sized organizations, good employees are nearly irreplaceable. Unfortunately, a national management company has found that more than 60 percent of the employees

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