Did you know that 25% of your top performers are planning to leave your organization this year?
As baby boomers exit the workforce, Gen Xers reach the middle of their career, and Gen Yers enter the workforce in droves, consider the following:
- 1 in 3 high potential employees admit to not putting all of his/her effort into their job
- 1 in 4 believe they will be working for another employer in a year
- 1 in 5 believes that their personal aspirations are different from what the organization has planned for them
Join us for a compelling, research-based session that will uncover findings from Harvard Business Review on key issues that your organization needs to acknowledge and address in order to retain your high potential leaders.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Six mistakes to avoid when developing your high potential employees
- Five leadership activities of importance to Gen Xers
- Five things millenials (Gen Y) expect from their boss, their company, and their development experience
Stu Cohen is Vice President, Business Development and Consultant for Linkage. His career spans over 30 years, primarily with Fortune 500 companies.
Andy Goodman is Executive Vice President of Linkage and serves as a member of the executive committee.