I posted a link to a survey on my Facebook and Twitter pages on the day following the election. In the days that followed, a small group of people responded to five questions about what motivated their vote and what they believe it means.
Your best employees are contemplating quitting. Some of them already have. Increased turnover always occurs after a recession. Pent up demand for new talent combines with pent up desire for something better, and the people with the best skills – your star employees – start listening to the offers for more money and opportunity. Are you vulnerable? Chances are the answer is yes if you are guilty of any of the following:
Why you? Why now? What makes you relevant? Why should I pay attention to you rather than hit the “Next” button? The answers most of us give are wrong.
A compelling organizational culture is the intangible that provides a sustainable competitive advantage. A destructive one breeds mistrust, apathy, and eventual decline in performance. Here are seven indicators that your culture is deteriorating or even worse — in a total meltdown.
No one every buys anything that is important to them or about which they have a choice until they trust you. Not a product. Not a service. Not an idea.