With 2023 flying by, it’s important to ensure you’re doing what you can to ensure your team remains engaged, productive and fulfilled.
Paired with recent reports about the ‘Great Resignation’, not only is profitability and productivity of your business likely affected, but there also exists outstanding competition for talent which ultimately demands business owners adapt and evolve as employers.
Data shows approximately 50 per cent of workers between the ages of 18 and 54 reported feeling exhausted at work. Younger workers in particular feel there are few opportunities for advancement.
To help you to combat these statistics, here’s a few things you should consider doing when it comes to improving employee retention and performance…
Kaibizzen’s top five tips for improving employee retention and performance:
How can Kaibizzen help you?
At Kaibizzen, our philosophy of business is this…
Your business is the tool you use to create the life you want for yourself and your family.
As a small business owner, you may be wondering how to keep good employees. Experts in business for over two decades and leaders in coaching small businesses, Kaibizzen, presents a unique perspective on what even the most diligent employer could be doing wrong and how to fix it to ensure you’ve got a competent, committed and motivated team.
We believe there is no point focusing only on surface-level issues without drilling down to the deeper reasons behind your business’s existing limitations. We use a reverse-engineering process, which just means we break down the outcomes you’re looking for into their perspective parts to create a plan that enhances your chances for success. And this is carried across into retaining your employees and building high performing teams, too.
It’s no secret that different staff value different things, so thorough team analyses should be regularly undertaken, leveraging your most versatile staff members for optimal productivity. Ensure your employees have opportunity for growth, mentorship, collaboration and feel supported.
If that fails, it might be time to consider an external appraisal of your operations to determine where your business can cut the fat and accelerate to full performance. At Kaibizzen, we coach you as small business owners to develop high performing teams, using human-centered leadership strategies.
This new financial year could be a great time for you to focus on the needs of your team, so that in return, your team can take care of your business while you live the lifestyle you truly want.
If you’d like to know more about how we can help you along this journey, contact the Kaibizzen team here.
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