Pictured: John Weathington, Pat Lynch, Angie Katselianos, David Gammel, Pam Harper, Roberta Matuson, Alan Weiss and Koufax
I recently spent three incredible days with my Mentor Alan Weiss and five other world class consultants, learning how to create and market keynote speeches that rock. You may be wondering why those, at the top of their game, need improvement. Our desire for continuous improvement allows us to continually improve the condition of our clients.
The name of the keynote I wrote is called, Guard your Exits-How to Retain Top Talent in Turbulent Times. This topic is timely, particularly as September rolls around. You see, this is the time of the year when people return from vacation and realize they are still as miserable at work as they remembered.
Some of you may be thinking, "Hey, no big deal. I'll just replace them." If only it were that easy. In spite of the down economy, top talent is difficult to find. Here's my advice to you. Start by taking a closer look at your organization and look for ways to improve your employee's condition. By doing so, you will automatically improve the level of service your customers are receiving. The return on your investment will be dramatic.
And hey, let me know if you are looking for a keynote speaker on this topic for your next meeting or conference. Have speech, willing to travel!