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Leadership is a VERB, not a noun. Leadership is action, not a position. Leadership is defined by what we do, not by the role we are in. Some people in “leadership” roles are excellent leaders; but too many are bosses, “snoopervisors”, technocrats, “technomanagers”, bureaucrats, managers, commanders, chiefs and the like.
Conversely, many people who do not have formal leadership roles are excellent leaders. In today’s fast-changing world, we all need to harness the leader inside of us and use its power appropriately.
Employee retention is one of the most important—and most overlooked—facets of running a successful company. Research consistently finds that retaining top talent is essential for maintaining institutional knowledge, high morale, satisfied customers, and even sales growth.
This means your employee retention strategies need to be aimed at improving and incentivizing all aspects of the employee experience. In addition to paying your employees well (which remains a critical factor in employee retention), here are eight effective strategies to keep your top talent around for the long haul.
Sylvie Rimbach is an expert in the field of Human Performance & Training with more than 20 years of experience in the public and private sectors in both French and English. She is a dynamic master facilitator and trainer and is a highly skilled proponent of learner-centered training. She is energetic and dedicated and has an endless thirst for innovation that translates into success for her clients.
Sylvie leads sessions more than 150 days per year covering topics of Leadership and Management, Customer Service, Resilience Management, Teambuilding, Communication, Train the Trainer, and Presentations Skill. She has appeared as a guest speaker at various events and has facilitated conferences with as many as 300 attendees.
In addition to a number of teaching certifications, Sylvie is certified in Adult Education from St. Francis Xavier University. Sylvie has also earned an Executive Management certificate from the University of Notre Dame.