We Literally Wrote the Book on Retention and Engagement
An organization is only as good as the people who work there. There is and always will be a talent shortage of top performers. It does not matter if the person is a senior executive or drives a truck, top performers will always be in demand. Here are some questions to ask yourself:
- Why are some people top performers in one place and not in other places?
- How do you help people become better performers even during times of change and uncertainity?
- How do you find out what is going on in the workplace before it becomes a crisis?
- How do you shorten the learning curve for new people?
- What should the role of Human Resources be in an organization?
- How do you attract and retain the top talent without having to compete on salaries?
The Real Cost of Turnover
It has been estimated that turnover costs an organization 150% of a person's annual salary . In other words, if a person earns $50,000 a year, the cost to replace that person is $75,000 in terms of both hard costs (recruiters, ads, etc.) and soft costs (lost productivity, training time, etc.). At the same time,
Is Your Culture a 'Green Light'?
We developed the Tetrahedron Culture Instrument (T.C.I.) to help you measure and understand what culture you have and pinpoint where to put your resources for maximum return on investment. The T.C.I. is a powerful tool to help you create and measure an effective talent management strategy.