I know this is off-the-wall starting comment, but let me make it stick!
Since I don't know where you are on your growth journey, I ned to address the situation where you are hiring entry level people for a short period of time. If a long-term career is not possible today in your business, how do you make working for you a good deal?
Well that is story we are going to tell.
I picked the basketball coach for a reason because they live in a world where all of their talent is transitory. Even if you are Coach Krzyzewski at Duke, the top basketball team in college basketball who can recruit the top high school talent, you only have them for 4 years. That doesn't take into account the allure of a multimillion dollar NBA contract so at best you can count on is 2 years and yet he wins championships - how does that happen?
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW
As we have discussed in previous shows, each generation brings a different set of skills, aspirations, and challenges to the workforce. Also we have the same challenge as everyone us - finding enough of the right people to operate and grow a business. The simple fact is nobody ha]s a nursery outback growing employees so we need to face the reality that good people are out there - just not working for you.
What are today's employment challenges?
How of this looks like a daunting task but let's reverse the mindset - what a great opportunity to employ them and help in the journey. It is here the fundamental premise of today's show will build on.
What if you built the reputation with the younger workforce and their parents you company is the place to start?
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO
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