Grossman Group Launches New eBook to Help Leaders Cope With ‘The Great Quit’ of Workers Quitting | national news
CHICAGO, February 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The trend of employees leaving their jobs is unprecedented in history, with a record number of employees leaving for new opportunities today. Whatever the reasons – including a desire for higher pay, better working conditions or greater flexibility – the pain is real for employers. To quickly stem the tide, many leaders are now looking for new options to retain what they consider their company’s greatest asset: its people.
In a new e-book published this month, a prominent ChicagoLeadership-based leadership and communications consultancy – The Grossman Group – examines the problem and offers practical, actionable advice on how to reverse the disturbing trend, often referred to as “The Great Resignation”.
e-book, Holy Shift: leading with heart to engage and retain employees during the great resignation, offers fresh perspectives on leadership for a new era from a leading communications consultant David GrosmanCEO and Founder of the Grossman Group.
“This unprecedented trend of employees leaving their jobs is unsettling for many leaders, and nearly all of our Fortune 500 clients today are asking some version of the same question: ‘How can we slow or stop turnover for workers who remain? ?'” Grossman said. . “This e-book provides leaders with the context behind the problem and what we have found to be some of the smartest approaches to solving it. It empowers leaders to continue to build the kind of winning employee culture and business results that they are looking for now and for years to come.”
The e-book draws some of its ideas from Grossman’s latest leadership book, Heart First: Lasting Leadership Lessons from a Year That Changed Everything. One of the key takeaways from the book is the importance of Heart First leadership – championing authenticity, empathy, and humanity to build a stronger, better business. Grossman argues that Heart First leadership leads to a crucial outcome for businesses today – better employee engagement and retention.
“From the results I’ve seen with leaders, a Heart First leadership approach absolutely helps organizations reverse the trend of employees leaving in droves,” Grossman said. “That’s because by being a leader who isn’t afraid to lead with authenticity, empathy, and humanity, you naturally build greater trust, stronger working relationships — and a top-notch culture in the workplace. together.”
New Sacred change eBook offers practical tips and advice for building a stronger culture, one that employees are excited to be a part of – and leave them with far less reason to leave. In the book, you will find advice on topics such as:
Establish a more personal connection with employees so that they feel even more valued and appreciated
- How to Take More Time to Listen to Employees and Get More Substantial Feedback
- How to Get the Most Out of Employee Recognition Efforts
- The key elements that lead to employee engagement
- Balancing company goals and employee preferences
- Ensure that the corporate communication team is structured in a sensible way
- Workplace policies that help support employees
- How manager training and effectiveness can greatly improve engagement
- Proven communication strategies to improve engagement
To download a free copy of the eBook, go here:
About the Grossman Group
The Grosman Group is an award-winning Chicago-based communications consulting firm specializing in organizational consulting, strategic leadership development, and internal communications. A Certified Diversity Provider, The Grossman Group works closely with Fortune 500 companies and other organizations, including Allstate, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Kaiser Permanente, Lockheed Martin, and Novartis, among others.
About David Grosman
Leading consultant, speaker and author, David Grosman ABC, APR, Fellow PRSA, CSP is one of America’s leading authorities on organizational communication and leadership. He is the founder and CEO of The Grosman Group. A source for the media, David provides expert commentary and analysis on employee and leadership issues. He was featured on “NBC Nightly News,” WSJ.com, Today.comin the Chicago Grandstandthe World Economic Forum, LA Times, and CBS MoneyWatch, among others. His latest award-winning book, “Heart First: Lasting Leadership Lessons from a Year That Changed Everything” features interviews with more than 30 leaders across diverse organizations, each sharing extraordinarily candid insights and unique leadership lessons.
Contact: Kayla Ellsworth
The Grosman Group
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