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Everything you’ve been told about leadership over the past thirty years no longer applies.
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.
Could beginning a relationship with a complete stranger be a way to raise global consciousness?
Well surprisingly, the answer is, “yes!” Back in 2008 there was a specific day where you assisted me in fulfilling a commitment I made not only to myself, and those close to me, but also a commitment I have made publicly for many years…
Dov Baron has been sharing his wisdom and expertise privately and on international stages with professional leaders for more than 30 years. He has interviewed and worked with leaders featured on Oprah, Ellen, CNN, Fox, MSNBC, CBS, Huffington Post, Larry King, New York Times, Washington Post, Forbes, and the Wall Street Journal.
Zombie Succession… Are the Walking Dead Eating The Brains of Your business?
This in the first in a series of articles I’m going to be sharing on the ‘modern mythological characters’ that may have taken up residence in your business.
You never know when they will stagger through the front door, the back door or any available entrance of your business—their dead eyes fixed on your cash register; their greedy hands outstretched. It’s impossible to communicate with them—or stop them. It seems like the best you can do is give them what they want. And what they want are all the perks and profits of your business without any effort on their part.