Sharon Jordan-Evans and Beverly Kaye
Love ’Em or Lose ’Em
Getting Good People to Stay
Treat great employees like friends you want to keep: Respect them, challenge them, have fun with them and don’t tell them lies.
People are an organization’s most valuable asset – and whether they stay or go depends, to a large extent, on how their managers treat them. In this clever and candid guidebook, career development expert Beverly Kaye and executive coach Sharon Jordan-Evans offer valuable advice for managers who would like to keep good people in their employ. The book offers actionable tips – ranging from the professional to the personal – for ways that you can help make the workplace more enjoyable for your employees, while improving your own management skills in the process.
About the Authors
Beverly Kaye is an author and global expert in the areas of career development and employee engagement and retention. Sharon Jordan-Evans is an executive coach and the president of the Jordan Evans Group, a leadership consulting business.
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