Great employees don’t change jobs on a whim. Yet, when great workers leave, do you ever really learn their reasons?
If you did, wouldn’t this be invaluable for keeping your other key talent?
Jeff pulls back the curtain on why solid performers leave organizations, drawing on his three decades of experience in HR, recruiting, and as an employee retention speaker and trainer. The results might surprise you.
Frankly, most employers don’t give their workers enough C.R.A.P. (and yes, that’s a bad thing). Jeff explains why C.R.A.P. is so important, and shares other employee retention strategies that you can implement right away to keep your best people.
Through humorous, real-life stories and interactive participation, Jeff has created a program which helps participants discover ways to gain a competitive edge when trying to retain talent.
Be warned: You’ll hear real-life candid comments – ones they’d never share in an exit interview – from candidates whom Jeff has recruited as a “headhunter.” This unique perspective, shared in Jeff’s humorous and interactive presentation format, might spur you to take a critical look at your organization’s employee retention plan, and spot and fix gaps before more great people get away.
Jeff Kortes’ workshop… was engaging and relevant across the board. Jeff shared his down to earth message, making it come alive with stories that hit close to home for HR practitioners.
I can’t believe how quickly the time went! I have a lot to do when I get back to work.
He’s more than a speaker. He made me think. I’m buying his materials, and I intend to follow-up with him as a resource to help us get on track.
I would highly recommend Jeff as a speaker/workshop leader. His direct, energetic style was a great way to kick off our conference and set the stage for an impactful event...
Best pre-conference I’ve ever attended.
From the very positive attendee comments following your presentation, it was clear to me that this was by far the best program of the monthly series this year.
Your energetic communication style engages the audience. Your message is direct and relatable.
I can tell you that employee retention is a “hot” topic. Your knowledge and expertise on the topic was easy to understand and presented in a fun environment.
Your presentation was interactive, fun and most importantly educational. Your style of presentation at the recent MN SHRM Conference was inspiring in a very transformative way.
A few weeks after the presentation, we had a supervisor contact us about how he used the training in a discussion with a valuable employee who was considering leaving the company who then decided to remain.