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  • Hey Ambitious Professionals! It's Linda

  • Raynier of lindaraynier.com guiding you

  • to a career and life you'll truly enjoy

  • and today is my very first corner office

  • insights video so this is a new segment

  • on my channel where I'm going to speak

  • to you if you happen to be a manager

  • senior manager director or CC with C

  • suite level executive in your

  • organization and you're responsible for

  • managing a team I'm going to share with

  • you some raw and real insights that you

  • need to know if you truly want to become

  • a better leader in your company

  • so today I'm going to share with you

  • five key reasons why many companies are

  • losing good employees so if you happen

  • to be in this situation then this is the

  • right video for you so as a manager

  • there will come a day or there may have

  • already been many days where your direct

  • report your employee your staff member

  • asks to meet with you privately and in

  • that meeting they hand over their letter

  • of resignation and you're shocked this

  • happens to be an amazing employee they

  • are heavily relied upon by you and now

  • they're telling you that they're leaving

  • you didn't see it coming and you might

  • even ask them why why are you leaving

  • were you not happy here and then as you

  • continue to question you might even ask

  • yourself is there a chance that it might

  • be because of me was it something that I

  • said or I did well I can tell you this

  • the answer that your soon-to-be ex

  • employee is going to tell you is likely

  • not going to be the entire truth they're

  • not going to give you the real reasons

  • as to why they're leaving because their

  • fear of burning their own bridges is

  • much greater than their desire to share

  • with you the truth not to worry I'm

  • going to give you my top five real

  • reasons why you're good employees are

  • leaving you and what you need to think

  • about in order to resolve this if it's

  • happening in your company reason number

  • one your employees are leaving you

  • there's no room for growth this is by

  • far the most common and the biggest

  • reason that I hear from job candidates

  • who want to leave their companies good

  • employees are good because they're

  • ambitious they're keen to learn they

  • consistently produce high quality work

  • and they deliver value but what happens

  • when they've done that for a while

  • they've made amazing accomplishments and

  • now they're ready to move up and

  • naturally they're going to start to look

  • at what opportunities are available to

  • them in their current organization and

  • if there's nothing available no room for

  • advancement they know they're stuck and

  • that's the point where they start to

  • think about moving into another company

  • looking for new opportunities outside of

  • the organization so as the manager if

  • you don't want to get to a point where

  • you get a letter of resignation sooner

  • than you would like then you need to be

  • thinking about the future of your

  • employees long before they do you need

  • to accept the fact that this is natural

  • and you need to anticipate it as human

  • beings we're ambitious we have desires

  • we want to experience new things and so

  • that is naturally going to happen with

  • your good ambitious employees as well so

  • the plan here now is on your team if

  • there are some employees who are really

  • good people that you truly want to keep

  • you need to start thinking about their

  • future now not at the point when they

  • hand you their letter of resignation at

  • that point it's way too late you need to

  • start planning out with them where you

  • see them going where you see them moving

  • up and what opportunities you can

  • potentially help them to get into after

  • they've completed and truly achieved

  • what they've need needed to in this

  • current role and I have seen this

  • firsthand I have seen certain

  • individuals who have been able to take

  • on a multitude of roles in their

  • organizations and because of that they

  • stayed quite a long time and they became

  • valuable assets to their companies so if

  • that's what you want with your current

  • employees then you need to start

  • planning reason number two while you're

  • good employees are leaving you is due to

  • a lack of challenging work now when it

  • comes to challenging work there are

  • actually two subsets to this the first

  • is that there's not enough autonomy

  • meaning the employee does not get enough

  • independence and freedom to do their

  • work

  • or two the work isn't challenging

  • because it's too routine first let's

  • talk about lack of challenging work in

  • terms of lack of autonomy good employees

  • like to feel a sense of ownership over

  • their work these employees are good

  • because they deliver high quality work

  • and they want to be given the freedom to

  • be able to do their work their way if

  • you're finding yourself micromanaging

  • every aspect criticizing and not

  • complimenting or encouraging then you

  • will quickly find yourself with an

  • unhappy employee who's going to want to

  • leave so the solution to this is

  • whenever you can ask your employee for

  • their opinion ask them for what their

  • approach would be and give them the

  • freedom

  • to test it out now when it comes to the

  • work being too routine good employees

  • especially if they're highly ambitious

  • will eventually become bored they need

  • challenge they need variety they need

  • different experiences so as their

  • manager you want to be able to predict

  • this and foresee this by planning out

  • projects ahead of time and letting your

  • employee know about them so that they

  • can feel engaged and work hard for not

  • only themselves but for the organization

  • reason number three you don't have a

  • real connection with your employees the

  • connection that you have with your

  • employee is huge because it's going to

  • determine how long they're gonna stay

  • with you and whether they truly want to

  • work with you if you're good employee

  • simply views you as just someone who

  • gives them their paycheck rather than

  • someone who they feel empowered by who

  • they want to help in support there's a

  • big difference there you have to

  • remember that you're not just their boss

  • you're someone who they look to as a key

  • player in their career so the way that

  • you connect with your employees

  • determines whether they'll be happy and

  • stay at their job with you or whether

  • they leave your organization and go for

  • something else so what's the key to

  • connecting with your employees the

  • answer is to be present be present with

  • them have genuine discussions learn more

  • about your employees what excites them

  • what they're motivated by be present for

  • them every single day when you're

  • present with someone they will be able

  • to sense it and they'll be able to

  • appreciate it they will see you as

  • someone who does see value in them and

  • that will give them that sense of

  • empowerment and a sense of wanting to

  • stay worth with you longer under your

  • leadership

  • now this ties into reason number four as

  • to why you're good employees are leaving

  • you and that is you as the manager are

  • not inspiring enough how good are you at

  • truly motivating your employees or do

  • you find yourself turning your employees

  • against each other thinking that that's

  • going to motivate them that's not

  • inspiring to anyone in order to become

  • someone and a manager a leader that

  • others aspire to be you have to find

  • that sense of

  • inspiration from within yourself you

  • have to inspire yourself to step outside

  • of your ego so instead of focusing on

  • you you need to place your focus on your

  • employees and be able to identify and

  • recognize their value think about it

  • everybody wants to be able to feel that

  • they are valued that they are making a

  • bigger impact for any cause or

  • organization or team that they're on and

  • so if you can tell your employees that

  • they are valued that the work that

  • they're do that they're doing does have

  • an impact that's going to make them feel

  • more committed and more engaged with the

  • work that they're doing and with the

  • place that they're at if you can help

  • them to feel connected to the work that

  • they do and why they're there in the

  • impact that they're making they are much

  • more likely to last longer in your

  • company and finally reason number five

  • while your good employees are leaving

  • you is that the pay isn't fair or

  • reasonable now this is self explanatory

  • but if you know that you are paying

  • under paying your employees then you can

  • expect that turnover is going to happen

  • unless you can have already planned for

  • this and implemented benefits that are

  • going to go above and beyond what the

  • pay allows so for example additional

  • vacation employee centered events

  • purposeful work training anything that

  • is going to get them to stay engaged and

  • compelled to stay longer at the

  • organization is going to help so there

  • you have it my five reasons on why

  • you're good employees are leaving you

  • now if you happen to be a proper

  • professional who is on the path of

  • searching for a more fulfilling career

  • and you've been interviewing for a while

  • but it hasn't resulted in any success

  • and you're ready to get some one-on-one

  • professional guidance then feel free to

  • reach out to me head on over to my

  • website lindaraynier.com/standoutgethired

  • read through my page

  • and if you're interested then fill in

  • the application form if I feel that

  • we're a match then either myself or my

  • team will reach out to you directly if

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  • and I will catch you next time.

Hey Ambitious Professionals! It's Linda

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優秀な社員が辞める理由 (Why Good Employees Quit)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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