Why do good employees leave their organization

Employee retentionWhy the best employees quit and what managers can do about it

1. Build up personal development and social and leadership skills

The managers are usually very well trained. They have a lot of expertise and experience. On the other hand, they were often not properly prepared for their management tasks.

The most important success factors for successful leadership and successful management can, however, be measured in the context of a soft skill analysis, such as is used, for example, for in-house development programs for managers. The critical factors can then be specifically built up and developed. The most important social skills can also be measured in their current form and then developed in a targeted manner. In this way, managers can meet the demands that their employees place on them and their personal abilities.

2. Positioning and development for the employees

What also helps managers: to know how the best employees are mentally positioned. What about your motivation, your job satisfaction and how is the urge to perform? In order to know how the individual is doing, scientifically sound, objective methods for analyzing potential are the right tool. They help managers to take stock: you get a good overview of where problems are developing; for example, when motivation drops or when someone “overdoes” and puts too much pressure on themselves.

These results enjoy a high level of acceptance among top performers because they are objective and are not based on personal judgments by managers, but on valid analysis methods. They are an invaluable instrument as a starting point for coordination processes between managers and employees. Problems that are fermenting under the surface can be made visible in good time and solved together. In this way you can ensure that you are leading and promoting the best in the best possible way. And everyone benefits from this: managers, employees and the entire company.