BEST AUDIENCE: Executives who don’t want to see their best people walk out the door
Have you ever had a key employee walk into your office and resign? As a CEO, those are some of my worst memories. It’s hard not to take it personally; it means on some level, they didn’t believe in you, your company or your vision.
That meant creating a culture that transcended the reach of recruiters and head hunters. Once my team were secure in their role and confident in the company and leadership, no amount of money or fancy title could lure them away.
This dramatic shift in how we did business, got our company voted the ‘#1 Best Work Place to Work’ in San Diego, I was nominated for ‘Most Admired CEO’ (2010 – 2012) and more importantly, no one left on their own accord. When word about our culture spread in the industry, other star performers started showing up on our doorstep – the dream of every leader and CEO.
Best of all, it was one of the most fulfilling things I’ve ever achieved in business.
Business is all about people. If you’re growing, you need to continuously fill key open positions, and you don’t want the constant headache of recruiting and training new staff. You want your star-performers to step-up into those leadership roles and keep driving the company forward.
Attendees of this session will learn how to:
√ Protect your Growth by Filling Key Slots with the Right People
√ Cultivate an Environment where High-Potentials Develop into Amazing Leaders
√ Create a Distinguished Culture which becomes a Competitive Advantage
√ Become a Leader who Earns True Respect and Lasting Loyalty
√ Foster Innovation and Creativity which will become a Trademark of your Company
As leaders, it’s our responsibility to create the culture and environment they crave. If we don’t, someone else will.
In today’s market, this kind of loyalty is a rare commodity but once cultivated through exceptional leadership, it’s the competitive advantage that eclipses all others.
Michael Says: “Creating a culture which treats employees like the assets they are is no longer a luxury; it’s a necessity. If you don’t do it, your people will find another company that will. The great news is that there’s minimal cost to making these changes; it’s more about the intention to change combined with the courage to do it.”
• 30 to 60 minute Keynote
• Small Group Facilitation
• Two Hour to Two Day Workshop
• Webinar / online
√ Corporate Events