As signs of economic improvement appear, leaders like you are asking themselves how they can be sure to retain their best employees – many of whom may be sought after by other employers and may be frustrated or dissatisfied with changes that have taken place in your organization over the last couple of years. Last week our blog post on rebuilding trust, The key word is TRUST, addressed this issue and offered ideas for getting ahead of the potential employee turnover and creating a climate where employees can once again be engaged, productive, and successful.

We have found that communication – both interpersonal and organizational – or the lack thereof is often at the heart of employee mistrust and dissatisfaction. Do you know how your employees feel about the future of your organization and their place in it? Have you shared your vision for a strong and compelling future? Our white paper on Critical Success Factors for Effective Communication provides information on steps you can take to boost the effectiveness of your communication and begin a dialogue with your employees that will get them reengaged and reconnected with your organization.

We invite you to click here and take a moment to read through the paper to see what ideas it can offer you. Please feel free to forward this on to others who may benefit from it. As always, if you have any questions about this or any other services we provide, please let us know.

All the best,

Lisa and Robyn

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