Are you a leader or serving in a management role? Do you deal with employee engagement and struggle with turnover? You may find our article, Strong Leaders Always Play the Blame Game, published in Young, Fabulous and Self Employed Magazine (YFS) helpful. The article is satirical and yet many of the negative practices we discuss are too often the go-to for those dealing with motivation, team building and discipline. We hope this narrative assists you to check some of the issues that may be disrupting your growth as an organization and develop some creative solutions to regain your path to success as a team.
Excerpt: High employee turnover can become one of the deepest drains on organizational growth. It perpetuates a stasis in the development of your employees, inhibits engagement and results in poor client satisfaction. Consistently high employee turnover is a blaring alarm for prospective new hires and clients. It’s a silent warning to proceed with caution.
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