Employee Retention Keynotes
Five Programs, Two Formats Each
Flexibility? Employee retention speaker and trainer Jeff Kortes offers it with his educational, entertaining programs and workshops. You pick the topic. Jeff will adapt it as a conference keynote, in-company training, or presentation to a trade or professional association.
Any of these programs can be presented as either a 75-minute program or a half-/full-day deep dive workshop.
Before Going into Jeff’s Various Keynotes & Programs, We should explain…
What exactly is the Meaning of Jeff’s C.R.A.P.?
Caring, Respect, Appreciation and Praise
Give Your Employees C.R.A.P…®
The Success Formula for Building Employee Loyalty
Why do some bosses have loyal staffs of long-term employees, while others are poster children for employee turnover? The answer is C.R.A.P. … and successful bosses know how to dish it out. Drawing on his extensive experience as a talent recruiter and HR leader, Jeff explains why some employees will run through a brick wall for their boss, while others would gladly throw their boss off the wall. Jeff’s lively, give-and-take program helps participants understand that the formula for employee loyalty is based on are you Give Your Employees C.R.A.P.®?
Why do some bosses have great teams full of long-term employees, and others can’t hold onto anyone worthwhile? The successful bosses give their employees lots of C.R.A.P.!
It’s not a mystery. Jeff deciphers why some employees gladly go the extra mile for their supervisors … while others work only for a paycheck, and are out the door at 5 p.m. As a a “headhunter” and human resources executive, he’s heard firsthand from candidates why bosses who give their people lots of C.R.A.P. can count on them when times get tough.
Drawing on his three-decades career, Jeff uses real-life stories and audience participation to help attendees understand the C.R.A.P. formula to driving employee loyalty and employee retention. His insight is unique, to say the least. Most importantly, participants leave with tangible ideas and action steps, ones they can implement immediately to strengthen employee loyalty and retention in their own organizations.
Give Your Employees C.R.A.P…®
And 7 Other Secrets to Employee Retention
Jeff provides a “headhunter’s” insight into the mindset of employees who leave their jobs (or are contemplating doing so). Retaining talent is critical to staying competitive. Jeff’s humorous, real-life stories and interactive format show why the secret is C.R.A.P. – the more, the better.
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 speaks at all size events, large and small!
No Thanks, I Took Another Offer
Your ideal candidate turned you down. Why? What happened? As an experienced “headhunter” who has placed hundreds of candidates, Jeff knows why offers get rejected. His insightful, “behind the curtain” program explores eight main reasons why qualified candidates turn down job offers from seemingly highly-regarded organizations. Understanding the thoughts and reasoning of job candidates can lead to changes in your hiring process … and greater success in hiring.
Ever been left scratching your head over a great candidate rejecting what you thought was a great offer? It happens regularly … and few organizations ever decipher the “why.”
As a veteran “headhunter,” Jeff understands why candidates turn down offers. He provides insight into the thought processes of employees who decide to, or are contemplating, taking new jobs.
Jeff’s employee recruitment program explores the 8 reasons why qualified candidates turn down job offers from seemingly highly-regarded organizations. Sound familiar?
The key is to build “selling” into your recruitment strategy to create a competitive advantage. Like it or not, you’re selling your organization. Adopting a sales perspective is integral to attracting the best available talent.
Jeff shows you how, using real-life examples from his work as a recruiter and employee retention trainer and speaker. His program explains these key components:
- Recognizing the need to have a cohesive recruitment strategy with “selling” as a key element
- Preparing to advocate this approach internally to senior leadership and decision-makers
- Understanding how to enhance your organization’s image in a fashion that both appeals to candidates and strengthens your brand
- Grasping the “selling” techniques that appeal to “A-level” talent, and can tip a competitive decision in your favor
Making Millennials Great
Employers everywhere are scratching their heads over the newest workforce generation. The “millennials” are indeed different. They might be among the most mysterious, misunderstood groups ever. Well, it’s time to stop working around millennial employees … and do something about it. In fact, how about molding them into peak performers? Jeff Kortes’ “5 Pillars for Building the Next Generation” provides a blueprint. His newest live action program offers real world, hands on direction for engaging this perplexing demographic.
What’s with these millennial’s? How do we get through to them?
Employers everywhere are scratching their heads over the newest workforce generation. The “millennials” are indeed different. They might be among the most mysterious, misunderstood groups ever.
Well, it’s time to stop working around millennial employees … and do something about it. In fact, how about molding them into peak performers?
Jeff Kortes’ “5 Pillars for Building the Next Generation” provides a blueprint. His newest live-action program offers real-world, hands-on direction for engaging this perplexing demographic.
Jeff’s not going it alone, though. He’s partnered with Randy Wilinski, a 30-something professional, to offer a generations-spanning perspective. As a manager, Randy has hired, fired and inspired millennials for a decade. Partnered with Jeff, their generational differences meld through humorous anecdotes, interactive role play and audience involvement.
You’ll learn how millennials think, how they’re motivated, and why they will (or won’t) go the extra mile. Most importantly, you’ll come away understanding the Five Pillars to building the millennial generation and unlocking its productive potential.
Like it or not, millennials are the future. Understanding the keys to millennial employee engagement, and retention, allows you to start shaping tomorrow’s leaders today.
No more head-scratching. No more avoiding the obvious. Jeff’s program bridges the generational divide … and provides the tools to mold millennials into masterpieces.
HR Manager – Johnson Machine Works, Inc.
“I’ve worked with Jeff on some first line supervisor training we did at Johnson Machine Works. Like most places we tend to promote those with the greatest technical ability to supervisory positions. Periodically we feel it is necessary to “arm” these supervisor with the skills to handle personnel situations as they happen and Jeff’s training is perfect for that. Helping these supervisors learn to lead, communicate, motivate, praise and manage performance are critical to the success of their work crews.“
Tina Hallis, Ph.D.
Speaker | Trainer | Author
“I’ve had the pleasure of hearing Jeff present on his “Give Your Employees C.R.A.P. and 7 Other Secrets to Employee Retention” at a local SHRM conference. He shared great insights into practical and helpful ways organizations can engage and retain their employees in a very fun an interactive way. As a previous HR professional, he had the stories and experience to bring his “secrets” to life and drive his points home. I would highly recommend Jeff to help your organization or team with their employee retention and engagement.“
“Jeff as my professor and instructor in Business Management and Business Ethics provided an opportunity for me to develop my tools and knowledge to work with the adult workers and managers I am employed with at Eaton. The transfer of his knowledge and ability to train me with the real world requirements has made a difference in my career. I know Jeff’s commitment to his clients / students is his priority, while delivering the best services I have every been able part of.“
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