Years ago, people would get a job and stay with it for years; possibly until retirement. Today, we live in a much different environment where employees look for jobs that align with their values and easily move to other companies, if the environment doesn’t suit them. Consequently, it is not unusual to see employees change jobs as regularly as every couple of years, if not more frequently. On the flip side, some employees stay in their positions but lose their passion for performing at peak levels gradually over time. So what are some things employers can do to keep employees engaged and dedicated to their organization?
1. Create a win-win. How does unpaid time off work for both you and the employer?
Here are some practical communication strategies from our expert, Carol Barkes, MBA, CPM, on negotiation:
Remember the Acronym A.I.A:
How a Business Can Amplify Its Income and Have an Impact
What Geeta Nadkarni, successful business coach and founder of Impact with Influence can say on the topic:
“I help subject matter experts, coaches, consultants and service providers design high ticket programs and learn how to attract, close and satisfy their ideal clients in a way that they have never experienced before. We do this by working with you both on a conscious strategic level as well as on a subconscious mindset level because we know that we can give you the best, most distilled strategy in the world. But if you’ve got limiting beliefs holding you back from taking action, they won’t work.”
What Dr. Mimi Secor Could Say in an Interview:
- People see themselves as the only patient that day. They may comment as if they are writing a Yelp review and not take all factors into an equation. This isn’t a dinner reservation.
- We as clinicians are forced to see people quickly. Our payment is tied to this. Some doctors seem rushed. Unfortunately, they are. It is a problem with the system. Some do their best to work around that but will get paid less.
- Patients come in with expectations with what is wrong/ailing them and expectations for treatment. They trust themselves and the internet more than what the doctor might say.
- They think they can throw doctors under the bus with a review so they can get what they want.
Available for Interviews: Dr. Mimi Secor.
Dr. Mimi Secor, DNP, FNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN, is a Nurse Practitioner, Educator, Health/Fitness Advocate. She is also a popular National Speaker and Consultant, educating advanced practice clinicians and consumers around the country and the world. She is the author of the #1 International bestselling book, Debut a New You: Transforming Your Life at Any Age.
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