Raise Your Game: To Retain Your Employees, Retrain Yourself To Have Empathy

By Joseph Tan|02-04-2017 | 1 Min Read

Retaining employees used to be as simple as raising salaries and providing job security. A few decades ago, most people would be grateful just to have a stable job which led to a predictable income and benefits.

However, the employees of today are no longer driven by the same emotions as their predecessors. Instead, managers now need to embrace the “soft” side of people management and re-skill themselves in gaining new EQ-related competencies such as empathy.

Leaderonomics faculty trainer Joseph Tan shares the two forms of empathy that managers can embrace in their leadership to help retain their best talent in the organisation.

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Corresponding article: How To Woo Employees With Empathy

Recommended reading: 5 Steps To Retain And Grow Your Talented Players

If you would like to engage with Joseph Tan for your organisational needs in terms of setting the right culture and engaging the hearts and minds of the people, email us at info@leaderonomics.com. To know more about what Leaderonomics do as a social enterprise, check out www.leaderonomics.org. For our other Raise Your Game podcasts, click here.

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Joseph is a Leaderonomics faculty trainer who is passionate about engaging with leaders to transform culture in organisations. Previously, he was CEO of Leaderonomics Good Monday. He is currently based in the United States
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