Why Talent Walks Out the Door

For every five executive appointments made, between two and three are unsuccessful. In other words the high potential person who starts the job with such huge expectations, ends up leaving For every five executive appointments made, between two and three are unsuccessful. In other words the high potential person who starts the job with such huge expectations, ends up leaving the role and often the company before he or she has even completed two years, carrying a deep sense of personal failure. This is happening in most places, most of the time and if that individual has come from outside (the employer or the industry) the chances of failure raise to almost one in two. Surveys report that large percentages of employees feel demotivated, in the wrong career, unfulfilled or downright unhappy at work. What we need are ‘raving’ staff’ who do not just tolerate work but are really passionate about their company. How do we get there from here? Download this  complimentary white paper on perspectives from the wrold’s top CEOs, Business Week and more.

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