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What if this is the Great Opportunity?

Millions of people are voluntarily leaving their jobs so do we have a labor shortage, or a shortage of good jobs filled with leaders worth following and purposes with meaning? In this video I explore what makes your organization an “employer of choice” to attract, and retain, workers.

If you are in the position of having open jobs and facing people leaving the organization maybe it’s time to review the options available to you. Can you show the values that demonstrate your culture, the purpose and impact you have to each other and in your community? This moment is yours to create an innovative workforce that is new in how it works so reach out and tap into the curiosity, creativity, and compassion people have. Open yourself up to their ideas and encourage them to bring new solutions along with new ways to work, grow, and succeed. If you can be open to working differently perhaps people may be open to joining and staying. 

People have taken the time to re-evaluate the quality of their lives, and many are choosing to invest their time focused on family, expanding their education, and living a more balanced, healthier lifestyle even if this means they don’t make as much money. Let’s talk more about how to use learning as a strategic business tool to attract people and enable you to be the employer of choice. Let’s Zoom or even use the phone to talk because together, we are stronger and we don’t need being remote or at a distance to keep us from connecting and engaging – let’s learn and work together!  I’ll bring some coffee….

What if this is the Great Opportunity?

About wjryan

Developing high performing people through strategic learning and performance solutions. Please visit www.williamjryan.com

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