But there’s one driver that I have never heard anyone talk about before (and I do a lot of reading and talk to a ton of people).
That driver is the 10x Agenda factor.
war on talent
On the flipside, employees are likely to struggle finding acceptance with how intense and involved it is to reinvent ourselves repeatedly, over and over. It can be exhausting. It’s one thing to decide to make a dramatic change, but it’s quite another to have to execute that change, keep up with it, and then do it again. And again. For many people, it’s going to be really challenging because the majority don’t like change; they struggle with adaptability and resilience.
by Amrit & Loralyn Around 4.4 million Americans left their jobs in September 2021 alone. All in all, in 2021,
HR has one of the toughest jobs in the world today; tasked with recruiting in the midst of a raging war on talent as well well as being accountable for employee engagement and retention. That’s a tall order. Treating people like humans is one way to make a dent in the awful HR statistics that are commonplace today. The Great Reboot is a playbook on how to win the war on talent.
The Great Resignation was 2021. It’s 2022. What are you doing about it? STEERus has crafted The Great Reboot program, anchored in soft skills development, diversity and inclusion, talent agility, and corporate culture to change the game in HR, recruiting, retention, and talent development.
Everyone debates if we should call them soft skills or essential skills or human skills or people skills – but nobody debates how skills like critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, and communication are for success in interviewing and building interpersonal relationships.
Employee engagement is at an all time low of 36%. More than half of all workers are actively searching to switch jobs. Employers are losing billions annually but there are engagement strategies, like professional development in soft skills and leadership, that can make a difference.