Whether running a team of five or five hundred, many people find themselves in leadership positions because of previous ‘technical’ success – we may excel at playing the game, but have little to no training on how to be a great coach or team player.
75% of employees leave jobs because of their immediate boss at least once in their career (source: Gallup). Can you afford to have ill-equipped managers and unhappy teams?
Demand for talent is high, supply is low, and recruiting is costly. Yet we spend very little time teaching our people how to nurture effective teams. It’s not rocket science – there are time-tested behaviors that can create a more harmonious workplace.