Avoid these critical leadership mistakes (or these bosses) if you want to thrive.
BY ELLE KAPLAN, CEO, LEXION CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
To have exceptional success in business, you need to have exceptional employees. However, hiring them is only half the battle.
Unfortunately, it’s easy for A-players to find another opportunity, and they’ll be the most motivated to find the best job possible. It’s no wonder that more than one in five employees were searching for greener pastures in 2017.
The good news? Most of the slip-ups made by bosses that motivate rock stars to leave are completely avoidable.
End these common mistakes if you want your top talent to stick around (or start looking for another job if you’re on the receiving end).
1. They overwork the best ones.
“We treat our people like royalty,” said Mary Kay Ash, founder of Mary Kay. “If you honor and serve the people who work for you, they will honor…
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