Your perspective influences all of your decisions.
What will it cost you to lose a key worker? Do you know how productive – or not – your staff are? How do you measure productivity? What are the blocks to productivity?
People are your number one resource and everyone is different. Your manager may be good at their own job but hopeless at developing their team. You like them and don’t want to stop them doing their job but how do you build employee engagement and support growth? Your manager is costing you money because the team needs to become more productive.
Awareness training will go a long way towards identifying behaviours that don’t promote growth but to really get down to the nitty gritty, to identify what’s holding you back I’d recommend the ‘Working with Resilience’ toolkit.
Estimated cost of replacing staff 20% of annual salary for mid-range positions (earning $30,000 to $50,000 a year). For example, the cost to replace a $40k manager would be $8,000.
Up to 213% of annual salary for highly educated executive positions. For example, the cost to replace a $100k manager is $213,000.
Can you afford to lose a key worker?
What is the value to you to have your team all on the same page, working productively together?
Michael Malone, founder of iiNet said that in order to be creative, we need to be prepared to learn from failure. Positive people recognise that a failure doesn’t mean they suck. They can rationalise the outcome and keep growing but that only happens when employees feel they are listened to.
Fostering a ‘sense of belonging’ means improved Employee Engagement Can you afford to lose staff?
Find out how to work with your team and improve productivity. Call Elena OR -> Just open the chat icon on the right if you have any questions.
Get your team excited. Give them a chance to compare where they are ‘at’ and where the team leader ‘sits’. Find out if they really have that ‘sense of belonging’ using the 180 Resilience at Work evaluation.