2016: A year for retaining top talent (or worryingly, are your staff planning to leave)?
New research from the Institute of Leadership and Management reveals that 32% of workers are actively seeking a new job in 2016. From over 2000 people surveyed, 27% suggest there is nothing their current employer can do to keep them motivated. Is that truly the case? Interestingly, the reasons for seeking a new job are not salary driven, in fact the three top are:
- More progression (26%)
- More appreciation (17%)
- Career change (17%)
As an employer, losing skills will result in a significant impact on your business performance and where people leave, this often creates a ripple effect with others following. Nurturing skills, identifying your pool of talent and demonstrating a clear commitment to staff progression and role enrichment is the strategy to improve your staff’s motivation and commitment to you as an employer, showing visible appreciation for talent and providing a pipeline of skills and growth for the future. Our most popular courses are driven by employers' desire to build the real skills that businesses need.
As employers we have to find the answer to retaining our top talent and this is where ILM training can come in.
PETA runs a number of courses designed specifically to address these issues and keep your top talent motivated and engaged with your business.
Top courses running in the next few months include:
25 February 2016 - Appraisal skills – creating effective training and developments plans, and uncovering your employees motivational factors
22 March 2016 - High performing teams–action planning and implementing team development
30 March 2016 - Practical Leadership skills–inspiring and leading« All News Articles