Do these managers really think that blocking access at the office will prevent an employee from finding another job? I mean, come on. It’s ridiculous.
Tagged: retaining people
Here’s a short interview I did with VITV in May 2011. The topic was “Retaining Great People.”
- Think of the people who work for you as your most important customers
- The most important product you sell is called “Working in Your Company” — make it valuable
- Always treat well the people who choose to leave your company
One of the most important jobs of a leader is to recruit and keep great people. After all, the strength, motivation and ability of the people on your team will determine your success or failure.
People ask me all the time “Chris, how do I retain great people?”
My answer is simple — “Think of the people who work on your team as your customers.”