It's time to rally the troops. This month we have been taking a deep look into the Talent War that is raging in Corporate America today. With more people quitting their jobs than ever before, the typical “fear tactics” that were once used to keep employees in their offices are no longer working. Initially, when … Continue reading When Talent Goes AWOL: Rally the Troops to Call a Ceasefire in the Talent War
When Talent Goes AWOL: The Next Step in Calling a Cease-Fire in the Talent War
In our last article, we discussed the Talent War and its impact on organizations in today’s post-COVID climate. We discussed the reality of the Great Resignation and how it’s a much deeper issue than what most are assuming. As a result, the workforce is placing demands on employers and if they aren’t meant, they are … Continue reading When Talent Goes AWOL: The Next Step in Calling a Cease-Fire in the Talent War
When Talent Goes AWOL: Calling a Cease-fire to the Talent War
The battle against Covid has mutated into a revolutionary war between leadership and the workforce. Many view the workforce exodus as a Talent War or call it the Great Resignation, but they’re only looking at the symptom—people quitting their jobs. It’s a reaction to a much deeper problem. "The most important thing in communication … Continue reading When Talent Goes AWOL: Calling a Cease-fire to the Talent War
Are We Just Hiding Behind Hybrid?
Are we really just hiding behind hybrid? Many of our executive coaching clients admit to feeling rushed into making a choice or some sort of commitment about returning to a brick-and-mortar work setting soon. Their employers offer fixed choices about where to work: either fully remotely (if eligible) or some kind of hybrid blend of working … Continue reading Are We Just Hiding Behind Hybrid?