In this episode, I share several ideas on how you can find your next job easier and faster.
Communication, transparency, and flexibility; all crucial topics in providing good internal and external customer experience.
Learn how to identify your core workforce needs and how to take action to develop and drive projects. Including leadership, retention programs, and succession plans for your future.
In this episode of the Impostor Syndrome Files, we talk about what makes us decide whether or not to stay in our current roles or organizations. Trends like the Great Resignation have shown that employees are willing to leave their jobs if their needs aren’t met. So what can managers and companies do? My guest this week, Anne Donovan, a former HR leader turned entrepreneur, is on a mission to make the workplace better for everyone. And she does so by focusing on the critical issue of employee retention. Here she shares her research and what we can all do to make our workplaces better.
In this episode, Andrew chats with Anne Donovan, a human resources leader known for developing new programs and training that improve employee retention and leadership performance. They dig into the truth about HR. What is it? What's the perception? Where is it going? How can you best utilize HR in your organization?
Did you know that 75% of the US workforce has no intention of staying at their current job for more than 5 years?! Dave Molenda and Anne Donovan unpack employee retention and how important it is to recognize your employees. They talk about job postings, interviews, onboarding, training and development as important pieces of retaining your employees. Anne also shares some tips to keep employees fulfilled at their current company.
a manager if your desire is to be effective you must ask yourself one fundamental
question. How much do you value the
contributions of those you oversee leading?
The answer to this question will determine your longevity as a leader. Business News Daily reports: Additionally,
lack of employee engagement in the workplace contributes to retention challenges: 62 percent of
employers say they struggle to keep employees engaged and productive.
The interview covers a range of intriguing topics, such as the game-changing books Anne has recently read, dispelling misconceptions about HR, addressing the current HR challenges faced by small businesses, the importance of mentoring in career development, overcoming setbacks in her career, and the valuable advice she would give her younger self before starting her business.
As a podcaster, I’ve had the privilege of engaging in enlightening conversations with industry experts. One such conversation was with Anne Donovan, a seasoned professional in the human resources field. Our discussion centered on the critical topic of employee retention, a subject that Anne has dedicated over 20 years of her career to understanding and improving. -Doug Thorpe
I welcome Anne Donovan to share her inspiring journey in today's episode. Anne made the leap from a corporate desk to entrepreneurship and never looked back. As she works with clients to increase employee retention, she shares her story of taking a courageous step into her business. Anne has created high-performing teams by leading with a people-first philosophy. Anne is passionate about growing and supporting people so that they realize their full potential. Anne thrives by helping people and companies thrive. Please join Anne and me as we follow her inspiring journey as she embraces humanity and courage in creating her Executive Encore Career encouraging you to do the same. The Executive Encore podcast and YouTube playlist are dedicated to inspiring women to forge their paths as they embrace longevity.