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HOW TO COUNTER THE GREAT RESIGNATION

CALM THE WAVE OF DEPARTURES

The numbers from our report on the Great Resignation are sobering. The most eye-catching statistics spotlight managers who are perceived as poor leaders by their team members: a staggering two-thirds of staff who report to low-performing managers are at moderate- to high-risk for turnover in the next 12 months. Read our white paper to learn

  • Three warning signs that employees are at risk for leaving
  • Three actionable steps supported by exclusive data to curb the departures - and none of them include "get a ping pong table"

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"My manager will ask me what areas I am interested in regarding career development and encourages me to seek those out. He meets with us one-on-one to show how our personal goals can be met by meeting our professional goals."
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"His weekly meetings are insightful and include a ton of good information sharing. They always have a clear, productive agenda. I love when he brings in experts to train and allow us to ask questions." 
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Bill Eckstrom & Sarah Wirth

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Bill Eckstrom and Sarah Wirth have over 40+ years in the leadership and development sector. Bill and Sarah are CEO and president of Ecsell Institute, respectively, and co-authored the best-selling book, The Coaching Effect.