How do you keep your best team members using the C-Word?
Today, we’re talking about people… and we’re talking about the C-Word.
This C-Word will guarantee that you’ll be able to keep your best team members.
And the C-Word is NOT Compensation.
The thing today is that people have options, and especially in an economy that we’re in, people can go to other places and very easily just choose not to be a part of your team.
So the one thing that I feel has been a very critical part of my team, as well as the clients that I advise about their teams, is the C-Word.
And again it is not compensation.
What is the C-Word?
The C-Word that I’m talking about is Care.
Do you care about your team members and especially your best team members?
You have to spend time to let them know you care.
One way that I recommend, and that I do as well is with my top team members, is that every week I care enough to ask them about their personal and professional goals.
My Care Method
I basically use the 3L North Star Method that I’ve come up with. The questions I ask the top team members are around the 3L North Stars, which are:
And with those categories, I ask them weekly on how they’re doing in them.
And this is actually after I’ve asked them what their goal is for one year in their 3L North Star.
This way I’m always tracking how well they are doing and how well that we can help them to what it is that they want in order to align with what it is the team needs.
This is my recommendation.
If you want to keep your top employees, you show them that you Care.
To your future-proof business growth,
James Key Lim
CEO | Executive and Business Growth Coach
• Helping established Executives and Entrepreneurs future-proof their business growth to improve lives
• $100Ms in revenues + improved company cultures
• Creator of the FUTUREPROOFx Business Growth Method
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