People leave managers, not companies
January 31, 2012
This is the result of a Wilson Learning research on staff retention, presented in an article on HC Online a couple of years ago. It holds true today since little has changed in most companies.
As a consequence, the answer to higher staff retention may well be liberating management, or liberating leadership we’d say. Indeed, liberating leadership relies on trust, respect, consideration, exactly the kind of “managerial” practices the study has identified as achieving greater employee fulfillment.
You can read the article here