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Retain Top Talent
Hiring top talent is only the start. Now you have to work hard to keep your very best talent. Most companies stink at structured and systematic retention of their top performers. Discover how to prevent turnover and keep your best people.
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The Next Big HR Trend? Maybe It Should Be More Employee Recognition

The Next Big HR Trend? Maybe It Should Be More Employee Recognition | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it
I was in Berlin last week, chairing day one of a HR conference on employee engagement. The quality of presentations were truly exceptional, with a wide variety of insights as HR peers shared …
Barry Deutsch's insight:

In my experience of talking with more than 25000 CEOs and Senior Executives over the last 10 years through our workshops, seminars, and presentations on hiring and retention - most companies in the sub-$100 million level don't get retention.


I'd have to say it's probably less than 1% of all companies in this category. A few do it very well and most stink at it. Why is there such a poor adoption of employee recognition and engagement programs?


1. Even though the research overwhelmingly supports things like employee recognition, most CEOs put it at the bottom of their list of HR/Culture initiatives.


2. There is an arrogance coming off this last job market recession that our employees should feel lucky to have a job with us - why worry about things like recognizing them.


3. Most CEOs and Senior Executives are very task oriented and focusing on the people oriented side of their business - things like having empathy for their employees regarding their need for recogition is foreign to them.


4. Managers and Executives are not compensated or measured on their ability to drive employee satisfaction, retention, or engagement. If I don't get compensated on it, I'm not going to spend time on it.


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How to Avoid Costly HR Mistakes

How to Avoid Costly HR Mistakes | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it
People are often a company’s greatest asset. This is especially true for small businesses that count on employees to pull their own weight
Barry Deutsch's insight:

One of the key points the author mentioned in this blog article deserves special praise:


"You also want to reward your employees. Recognition of good performance is essential to a healthy workplace; without it, your business could face retention issues. “Employee turnover can be costly; avoid this issue by providing a unique system of rewards for your best employees,” Huhman says. Rewards don’t always have to be expensive. It can be simple recognition: a thank-you note, an email, a public acknowledgment, a day off, or a gift certificate to a restaurant, etc."



In the hundreds of workshops, keynotes, and talks I give annually, I am always astounded at the small number of companies that have a structured systematic and rigorous process around non-monetary rewards and recognition.


Study after study has proven the importance of implementing these programs to improve employee satisfaction.


Now that the job market is coming back (more opportunities for your subordinates to seek greener pastures), and employee satisfaction is hovering near depression era historical low points, turnover is about to explode in most companies. Now more than ever, you should be RACING to implement these programs.


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How a bad boss is born - lack of training

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"If you asked all your friends, your family and - I regret to say - your co-workers to talk about their jobs, I think you'd conclude that there is no shortage of bad bosses in this world."

Barry Deutsch's insight:

One of my major soapbox issues that affects retention of top talent is bad managers. The issue is not as much that these managers are toxic or dysfunctional (although we've all worked for those types before), it's more along the lines of poor training and development.


Most newly minted managers and supervisors are ill-equipped to be effective at transitioning from individual contributor role doing technical work to supervising others doing the work. The company did nothing to groom, educate, prepare, test, challenge, simulate what it would be like to be a manager.


It's a catch-22. If the only managers who are effective are those that have proven the ability to do it in other companies, how do new managers get a chance to prove themselves.


We will not solve this dilemma until you decide to start investing heavily to prepare the next generation of supervisors/managers to take on the responsibility of management. Just because you are outstanding at doing the technical work, doesn't mean you're ready or prepared to manage others.


The traditional process of promoting people into management roles without training because they were good at doing the individual work is a GIANT FAIL.


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How To Make Performance Reviews Relevant

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Many managers see annual performance reviews as nothing more than an empty, bureaucratic exercise forced on them by HR.
Barry Deutsch's insight:

Is it time to give up on performance appraisals? In most companies this is a worthless activity driven mostly by compliance related issues vs. coaching and performance management.


In most organizations, executives and managers dread the exercise, procrastinating as long as possible. Employees view appraisals as nothing short of sadistic and humiliating.


When are we going to stop this madness?


The author offers some ideas for improving performance appraisals. My recommendation: Kill the traditional performance appraisal - ADOPT on-going monthly performance management, one-to-ones, and good definitions of successful job performance.


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How to improve employee engagement

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"Employee engagement takes place where workers are usually motivated, excited as well as totally involved."

Barry Deutsch's insight:

A simple post with a list of the elements it takes to engage your workforce. After 30 years in executive search, I am still amazed how many companies don't implement more than one or two of these elements.


What are you going to put in place to prevent your best talent from leaving?


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Social Psychology Tips To Engage And Motivate

Social Psychology Tips To Engage And Motivate | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it
By Elizabeth Borton Last week, Paul Hebert spoke at the Greater Cincinnati HR Association meeting. I first met Paul at HRevolution and then was captivated by his presentation at the Ohio SHRM in 20...


So few managers and HR professionals seem to grasp the need to implement specific programs to engage, motivate, and encourage passion among their workforce. Most are so stuck in the 1970s model of authoritarian rule, that it's hard to shift to the new normal of needing to engage your workforce.


The problem is that if most managers and HR professionals don't get it soon, we'll start to see the typical turnover levels increase among the best talent due to an improving job market and declining level of employee satisfaction.


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Your Employees are Engaged...REALLY? - Forbes

Your Employees are Engaged...REALLY? - Forbes | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it

"Recently, I dropped in on an innovative workspace for one of my software technology clients– it's a very cool office space. An open-plan, communal space with worktables in rows, very low partitions between areas, and no private offices."

 

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"Here are my top 5 questions which help construct the WHYS of employee engagement for leaders.

 

1) Why am I here?

2) Why should I trust you leadership?

3) Why should I be loyal to your company?

4) Why don’t you communicate your company values?

5) Why aren’t you clear about the rewards of working in this company?"

 

Read the rest of this article by Meghan Biro. Important questions leaders should consider....


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3 Secrets of Happy Employees

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Master these elements to cultivate a happier workplace and greater productivity.


What do you do to foster a positive culture that encourages employee motivation,satisfaction, engagement, and passion?


Do you actually have initiatives, programs, tactics, metrics, and tools to accomplish this "culture improvement", OR is it one of hope based on employees showing up for work everyday.


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5 Employee Morale Killers

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Guaranteed methods to boost attrition and sap employees' motivation.

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Is a Day of Reckoning on the Horizon for Workplace Bullies? - Above the Law

Above the LawIs a Day of Reckoning on the Horizon for Workplace Bullies?


Do you allow and tolerate workplace bullies? Are you a bully?


Does it make you nervous that you might be on the wrong side of a multi-million dollar lawsuit over this issue? What kind of programs or training do you put in place to prevent workplace bullying?


You see a lot of these programs in place in elementary, middle school, and high school settings, but do we really need to treat our employees like children?


What does it say for your culture when you tolerate bullying?


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How Leaders Are Creating Engagement In Today's Workplaces

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If there's one topic that continues to persist in the minds and radars of most leaders today, it's the issue of employee engagement.


Why do some many leaders, executive, CEOs, and HR professionals struggle with creating executable programs around engagement?


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Rewards and Recognition: What It Means to Your Employees

Rewards and Recognition: What It Means to Your Employees | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it
Many employers believe it's unnecessary to reward employees for a job they are getting paid to do, but what employers need to understand is that materialistic reward systems are not at all the same as recognizing employees ...


This is exactly what I talk about in my speaker program on Employee Motivation and Engagement. You must praise people when the do an exceptional job - when they knock the ball out of the ballpark. Yet, praise - recognition for doing an exception job above and beyond the call of duty - is frequently not mentioned, paraded in front of peers, or given an appropriate round of applause.


And that's a complete turn-off to your best performers. They'll start leaving over time when required praise is not given.


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Increasing Engagement of Front line Employees by Kevin Eikenberry

Increasing Engagement of Front line Employees by Kevin Eikenberry | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it

How do I get a truck driver to engage with the business and think about their work differently?”

 

Two mental mistakes.
1/ People ask the question from their perspective, and don’t consider the perspective of the other person (or make wild assumptions about it).
2/ People assume others don’t want the same things they do.

 

Help people see a new perspective.


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Should You Take It Personally When Your Star Employee Resigns?

Should You Take It Personally When Your Star Employee Resigns? | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it
Your top employee has resigned. What do you do?
Barry Deutsch's insight:

Illiana Snow raises a very good point in her article about managers taking it personal when employees resign.


The bad news is that they should take it personally. Right behind leaving for a lack of substantive job content - the number 2 reason employees leave is their boss.


Unfortunately, most bosses suck at the process of being a boss. No one gave them training, guided them, showed them best practices, and encouraged a continual development of being a better boss.


Most bosses are just going through each day with a style that they've been using since 1968. Maybe it worked in one environment, but not this one. Their like a horse with blinders on. They have no clue whether what they are doing is effective - it's just "who they are".


In my executive search practice, I will ask managers and executives how they get better at the process of managing their team - the answers border on being downright comical to non-existent. They're stunned:  "wait a minute, you mean I'm supposed to work on being a better boss?"


Is it any wonder why so many candidates leave companies because of their boss? Go ahead and take it personally the next time your star leaves - perhaps it will serve as a wake-up call!


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The One Question to Ask in an Exit Interview

The One Question to Ask in an Exit Interview | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it
Exit interviews can provide useful information for management--if only HR asked the right questions, experts say.
Barry Deutsch's insight:

Employees primarily leave jobs for a lack of opportunity (lack of learning, impact, and becoming something better - we call this the LIB Curve). We could also put this into the context of what Maslow wrote about over 50 years ago.


Being engaged, learning, growing, having impact has not changed in over 50 years. Yet, must companies stink of providing opportunities for learning, impactful work, and helping their employees become something better (realize their career dreams).


Secondly, after opportunity, employees leave because of their boss. When employees lose confidence and trust in their immediate supervisor - one foot immediately goes out the door.


I've worked with thousands of companies over the last 25 years and I've got to admit that I am very disappointment in the basic management capability of the vast majority of companies.


Finally, employees leave because of the culture of your company - not a learning based organization, no fun, dysfunctional co-workers that are tolerated.


Given these 3 elements, which most companies do a very poor job of working on and developing good systems and processes - is it any wonder over 50% of all employees in your workforce in any given month are trying to see if the grass is greener somewhere else?


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What It Takes To Retain Your Top Talent - Forbes

What It Takes To Retain Your Top Talent - Forbes | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it

"If you were planning to quit your job, what would it take to persuade you to stay? CareerBuilder asked almost 4,000 employees that very questions."

Barry Deutsch's insight:

I don't buy the survey results. I think the numbers are much higher. Recent studies indicate that job dissatisfaction is so high - it could be the opposite of what Careerbuilder found - instead of 1 in 4 being dissatisfied - perhaps it's 3 out of 4.


Take the number considering leaving their employer - our research indicates that 50% of your workforce in any given month is open to leaving for "greener pastures." They are looking on-line on job boards, social media sites, and talking with friends.


And in a counter-intuitive perspective from Careerbuilder's reason of wanting more money, the real issues were described later in the article and have been documented in hundreds of studies over the past few years:


“Employees want to feel valued,” Haefner says. “They want to be compensated well; they want to be challenged; they want to contribute to something meaningful; and they want to have a good work-life balance.”


What are you doing to make your employees feel valued?


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Your Employees Just Aren't That Into You

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A new survey shows that employees who aren't into their jobs cite their relationship with their boss as the biggest problem.
Barry Deutsch's insight:

For years I've been talking about how one of the most important elements of employee satisfaction is highly correlated to the "relationship (read: trust) an employee has with their boss.


It's nice to see my anecdotal experience of working with thousands of Vistage and TEC companies statistically validated. The problem I see is that most entrepreneurial companies and small businesses put managers in charge that DO NOT understand how to manage, coach, guide their teams.


The managers are good people - the training is inadequate OR non-existent.


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Barry Deutsch's comment, January 21, 2013 6:59 PM
John - not sure if's as much an issue about the Peter Principle - my perspective is that most companies don't prepare managers and executives to lead people. They assume if someone has the title, they must be a good manager (big time myth).
John Wade: pragmatic support for law firm leaders's comment, January 22, 2013 6:09 PM
I agree with you Barry - and that's why I point to The Leadership Principle book. The chapters I recommend talk to exactly why many new managers fail - because they are failed by their bosses in terms of contextualising their new role. To a degree one would, though, expect capable people to realise that a new title and different responsibilities
John Wade: pragmatic support for law firm leaders's comment, January 22, 2013 6:13 PM
...carry different mindsets, which is why, at the risk of being thought polemic and hard-hearted, some might argue that people are promoted beyond their capability. Taken at face-value, that's right.
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No Incentives Means Low Employee Engagement and Retention

No Incentives Means Low Employee Engagement and Retention | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it

With optimism returning to the US job market, the disconnect between workers and employers on effective means of employee engagement highlighted in a recent Randstad study is drawing employee retention concerns.


Another study talking about the increasing job market opportunities for top talent and the decreasing level of employee engagement. Are you prepared for a huge spike in turnover of your best talent.


One of the best ways to "recruiter-proof" your company is to implement a retention program that includes elements of non-monetary rewards and recognition, feedback, learning and development opportunities.


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What Motivates Employees: Do You Ever Wonder “Why” They Work?

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What are the “Why” questions you are regularly asked or do you ask yourself?


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Employee Recognition: 5 Keys from Taj Hotels Resorts - Forbes

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Taj Hotels shares what they do around employee recogntition


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5 Employee Morale Killers

5 Employee Morale Killers | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it
Guaranteed methods to boost attrition and sap employees' motivation.


I'm not sure why so many companies insist on killing employee motivation, satisaction, engagement, job enjoyment, and passion.


In fact, it's not just the absence of retention/engagement programs as the author mentions in this article, it's the specific things you do that turn people off and make them want to seek opportunities at your competitors.


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HR Magazine - Social media can be a powerful internal engagement tool

HR Magazine - Social media can be a powerful internal engagement tool | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it

"While many firms are investing in a strong social media output, or indeed focusing their entire marketing strategy through digital and social platforms, a communications disconnect can be found at the centre of many large organisations."


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Employee Engagement - Are Your Employees Emotionally Starving To Death?

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If you want to improve employee engagement, you must take the first step. (RT @stopthevanilla: RT @stopthevanilla: Employee Engagement - Are Your Employees Emotionally Starving To Death?


Most companies suck at providing specific programs to create a culture for employee engagement. No wonder less than 25% of all employees are dissatisfied with their job. Is any wonder that over 50% of your workforce in any given month goes onto job boards to see if the grass is greener somewhere else.


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Bullied By the Boss ~ scary statistics

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The Daily Mail reported on new evidence in The Lancet that being bossed around at work could raise the risk of employees having a heart attack by a quarter.


Have you ever been bullied by a boss? Ever feel like you're back in High School being screamed at by your coach. You're too old for this crap! Why do you put up with it? How can CEOs and executives tolerate this behavior? What does it say for your culture and values of the way you treat people?


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Seven Ways to Motivate Top Talent in De-Motivating Times ...

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Seven Ways to Motivate Top Talent in De-Motivating Times. September 16, 2012. Seven Ways to Motivate Top Talent in De-Motivating Times Chief Executive Magazine by Brad Remillard. So how do you motivate your top talent to achieve the ...


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