How to Attract and Retain Great Employees

(4 customer reviews)


The Great Resgination and Quit catapulted employee engagement and employee retention to the forefront in the corporate world. All companies lack employees and are desparately grappling with ways to entice and keep good people. In this RealTime Learning and Training module: How to Attract and Retain Great Employees, you will be challenged to elevate your thinking.

The future of work is changing rapidly, managers must use more of a Servant Leadership style to engage and keep employees. Employees are rebelling everywhere against autocratic or worn out leadership practices. Tom Peters explains, ” Management is about arranging and telling. Leadership is about nurturing and enhancing.”

This module includes:

  • An Assessment to measure your effectiveness in creating positive working relationships with employees.
  • An action packet article on Human Sigma, that dictates if people want to work at your company or with you as a manager.
  • Video training that gives you specific examples that will help you improve employee retention, employee engagement, and your recruiting potential.

Whether your company provides training or not, this module is for you. Take the intiative, keep learning and put people first! Finally, this RealTime Learning & Training 30-minute microlearning module focuses you on proven and practical steps to achieve your personal or leadership goals. May the best of success be yours!

4 reviews for How to Attract and Retain Great Employees

  1. Dania Houle

    Excellent training module. I like the practical tips that will help me keep my team.

    • Rick Conlow

      Thanks Dania.
      Attracting and keeping good employees is crucial to the success of any organization. I appreciate the comment and I am glad this training helped you.

  2. Siobhan

    The video training made me think about my management approaches and how I can improve. Good module.

  3. MC

    Different, better, and helpful. Thank you.

  4. Allen Hansen

    Employee retention is so important. You are right on.

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