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The Stay Interview

Do you know what drives a person to remain in their work role? What motivates them to look for another job?  Hiring new people is expensive so before they start looking take the time to see what would be interesting enough for them to stay instead. It may be simple or complex and the first step is to create the space for a discussion with the goal of them staying, growing, and helping the organization be prepared for the future.

Stay interviews are 1:1 meeting’s that happen a couple of times a year where you seek a deeper understanding of what keeps that person coming to work every day, what about their role they like and the parts of the job that’s frustrating (and may be something you can fix!).  In this video I explore what you can do to retain your talented people and develop a versatile internal talent pipeline.

Using stay interviews can help you proactively engage your employees and keep them. From upskilling to finding new ways to utilize your talented people stay interview can keep your internal talent pipeline filled and more importantly, it will create opportunities for you to develop deeper connections with your employees. If you would like to talk more about how this model can be used in your organization let’s Zoom or send me an email and keep the conversation going!  I’d enjoy talking with you about how we can partner to strategically develop your team. Use the contact button above or visit my web site at Ryan Consulting!

https://youtu.be/mTHdwMAcZU4

About Bill Ryan

Welcome and good morning, or afternoon or evening! No matter the time it is a very special part of the day to take time to read, reflect, and reach for new ideas - and over a warm cup of coffee it only gets better! I am a performance strategist focused on delivering solutions that support every persons desire to succeed at the time of need no matter the place, the time, or the tool. I welcome your thoughts and look forward to discussions that will move and engage us - maybe over a cup of coffee!

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