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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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How to Set Your Virtual Employees Up For Success

How to Set Your Virtual Employees Up For Success | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it
Tips on how to make virtual employees feel involved by making the most use out of technology, office visits, and engaging them in company culture.
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Some good ideas about working remotely and understanding the different personality type styles so that managers can be more effective in managing vs. applying a "one approach" fits everyone mentality.

 

Is now the time to improve the sensitivity and awareness of your management team to how people want to manage and what they need in terms of feedback and communication?

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Exceptional feedback ensures employee development and engagement

Exceptional feedback ensures employee development and engagement | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it
Developing your employees is among the most important responsibilities of your credit union’s leadership.  Helping employees to grow, learn and evolve requires a continuum of communication. Providing productive feedback is essential to the mix.
Barry Deutsch's insight:

Are you stuck in old school feedback?

 

Your Managers who are not well trained in how to provide on-going positive feedback?

 

A performance review process that is once a year?

 

Employees who are not getting enough feedback to become engaged?

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The Top 50 Compliments for Coworkers

The Top 50 Compliments for Coworkers | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it
How to say something positive about a coworker when you don't know what to write or say. With 50 example phrases you can use to write a meaningful and memorable message.
Barry Deutsch's insight:

Great set of statements that are compliments for co-workers. I frequently find that workers and managers don't know what to say to each other. It's not natural for most people to be sensitive, empathic, kind, gracious, generous, and positive in their feeback.

 

Imagine what your culture would be like if you trained your employees to use these words with each other? Could you quantify the leap in positive energy?

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