Tag "nurture"

building blocks

“The human workplace is one that adapts, innovates fast, involves everyone, communicates, understands, and acts in perpetuity. It creates relationships rather than transactions.” Andy Swann, author of The Human Workplace, tells us why a people-centered approach to organizational development is an imperative for driving success.

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nature matters

Attrition has always been expensive for companies, but in many industries the cost of losing good workers is rising, owing to tight labor markets and the increasingly collaborative nature of jobs. (As work becomes more team-focused, seamlessly plugging in new players is more challenging.) Thus companies are intensifying their efforts to predict which workers are at high risk of leaving so that managers can try to stop them.*
External factors definitely influence attrition rates, but what about one’s psychological moorings?

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