The truth is and I’m sure you know it too… there are all kinds of people out there who say they want to change, and sure they “think” they do, but they don’t really.
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The world has changed, and so has everything we know about becoming and remaining an effective leader particularly when it comes to keeping your top talent! The effective leaders of tomorrow will do one thing Keep Top Millennial Talent. Finding and keeping extraordinary talent will be what determines which organizations thrive and which ones fade off into oblivion in the immediate future.
Don’t believe it?
Then consider that the average company spends 1.5 to 2 times the annual salary of an employee in training and development. Meanwhile, the average millennial employee is only looking at a tenure of two and a half years… at the outside. That employee will walk away before your investment ever pays off! What’s worse–the employee you have invested in will take the skills and training that you paid for, and leverage them into a better position with your competitor.
Dov Baron lays out the strategies for not only keeping your top talent but have them become Fiercely Loyal. It could likely be the most important thing to happen to leadership and human resources in a hundred years…read it and use it!
The Answer is in Your Mind!
Everyone has an ideal life they are working towards and problems they are overcoming, whether it’s getting promoted into leadership, creating a lifelong relationship, or simply seeking happiness. Only those can who have learned to master their mind can achieve their dreams.
“Your life is run by your mind and a little-known secret is this: you can run your mind. So when you run your mind – you run your life.”- Dov
Leadership Begins at Home! What Are You Giving Your Kids? Wings or Rocks?
“Why do you have to be so difficult? Why do you argue with everything we say? Are we such horrible parents that you need to punish us?”
For parents of teenagers or young adults, the above words, or, at least, something very similar will be all too familiar. Many parents secretly find themselves weeping into a pillow at the apparent loss of their once beloved child who seems to have rejected everything they, the parents, hold dear.
Most parents genuinely want the best for their children. However, what few parents understand is that their idea of “the best” may be at odds of what their children think is “the best.” This is particularly true within the context of a family business where parents often have a deep desire to not only pass on a set of values and a legacy but the actual family business itself. Seeing a child in rebellion, especially full-on revolt, can not only be acutely painful, but it can make the cherished dream of having an offspring become the leader in your footsteps seem like pure fantasy.
So what’s a parent to do?