Hello Stay Interviews, Goodbye Talent Loss
Date and TimeTue, Oct 27, 2015 at 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern
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Today's manager is busy. With more pressure and more change in their daily routine than ever before, they must somehow find time to also engage and retain the vital talent on their current teams. Talent loss only creates more work. This session provides a solid, time-sensitive suggestion. Instead of waiting till the exit interview to learn why individuals are leaving, a recommendation is made to create a pattern of stay interviews instead. A prescription for stay interviews is presented as well as the research based impact of this conversation across cultures. Talent development professionals will learn the signs and situations that cause individuals to consider looking elsewhere for employment. They will also learn a specific approach to mining a conversation for no cost and low cost information that managers can apply to retain the critical talent on their teams.
Application on the Job:
- Distinguish the warning signs that suggest that an individual may be considering a change
- Learn the research that suggests that pay is not the key factor in retention
- Practice using several of the questions that comprise the stay interview
- Explore the multiple possible opportunities to fit the stay interview into daily work
About Dr. Beverly Kaye
Dr. Beverly Kaye is an internationally recognized authority on career issues and on retention and engagement in the workplace. She was recently honored with the “Distinguished Contribution” award by the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) for her groundbreaking and continued impact on workplace learning over the past three decades.
As founder and Co-CEO of Career Systems International and a bestselling author on workplace performance, Dr. Kaye and her team have worked with a host of organizations to establish cutting-edge, award-winning talent development solutions. Her first book, Up Is Not the Only Way, foresaw the effects that leaner, flatter organizations would have on individual careers and the subsequent need for workers to take charge of their own careers. She also developed learning solutions and systems for managers and employees to work together to help employees achieve their developmental goals. With the fourth edition of a bestseller she coauthored, Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em: Getting Good People to Stay (Berrett-Koehler 2008), Bev addressed one of the most pressing workplace problems of the 21st century: retaining and engaging employees. In her follow-up companion best seller, Love It, Don’t Leave It: 26 Ways to Get What You Want At Work (Berrett-Koehler, 2003), she shows employees how they can find greater satisfaction in their current work lives.
Bev is a Jersey Girl but has been living in the LA area for almost 40 years. (Still a Jersey girl!) She’s been married for 38 years to her ex – rocket scientist husband, Barry, and is mom to a grown-up daughter, Lindsey, and a grown-up dog, Roxy. She enjoys swimming laps in the summer, skiing in the winter, and breaking bread with friends all year long.