Love 'Em or Lose 'Em: Getting Good People to Stay - 6th Edition

Love 'Em or Lose 'Em
Getting Good People to Stay

6th Edition • Over 750,000 Copies Sold
In the latest edition of Love 'Em or Lose 'Em, the authors persuasively argue (again) that the perennial "race for talent" can be effectively won only by those who adopt a mindset and behaviors that truly support their talent.

They then describe how to do so, with a focus on the important role that managers play in creating an engaging and inclusive culture.

Based on research with 18,000 people who have job longevity, the authors identified five top "stay factors" such as opportunity for growth and pay equity. Using these factors, they outline dozens of easy-to-implement strategies for increasing engagement and retention.

Wall Street Journal Bestseller!

The book focuses on the practical, suggesting that managers take the initiative by telling their talented employees how much they’re valued and asking the question, “What will keep you?” Armed with this invaluable information, managers can then customize their retention strategies to meet each valuable employee’s needs.

Love 'Em or Lose 'Em uses hands-on exercises and stories of others' failures and successes to get its message across.

“To be a great team, you need outstanding players. The authors show you how to engage your outstanding players and keep them on your team for a long time.” — Mike Krzyzewski, Head Coach, Duke University Men’s Basketball

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Hello Stay Interviews, Goodbye Talent Loss

Hello Stay Interviews, Goodbye Talent Loss
A Manager's Playbook

You can’t afford to lose them. They’re your stars and your solid citizens. You wonder if they’re happy in your organization—and what might keep them there.

To find out, you could:

A. Conduct a survey – then try to guess who said what.
B. Take note of their latest tattoos. Is your company logo among them?
C. Ask, “What will keep you here?”

The correct answer is “C.” It’s the opening line of a great stay interview, and it could make the difference between keeping or losing your best people.

Amazon Customer Reviews: 96% of the reviewers give this book a 5 Star rating!

Worried that your talented people will want things you can’t deliver, like more money or a big promotion? Beverly Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans have a simple four-step process for dealing with that.

Not sure how to get started? They provide dozens of suggested questions and ice-breakers. Think you don’t have time?

They offer all kinds of creative time-saving options for where, when, and how you can do stay interviews. Read this book to learn exactly how to do it!

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“The inventors of stay interviews have produced a terrific playbook to help managers everywhere successfully meet today’s pressing challenge of talent retention and engagement.” — Kevin Wilde, Vice President, Talent and Organization Capabilities, General Mills

Love It, Don't Leave It

Love It, Don't Leave It
26 Ways to Get What You Want at Work

After the enormous success of their first book, Sharon and her writing partner teamed up to create Love It, Don't Leave It, which encourages employees to take responsibility for the way their work lives work.

Presented in an appealing, accessible A to Z format, the book includes strategies for communication, career growth, balancing work with family, and more.

Chapter name samples are, "Ask: And You May Receive," "Jerk: Work with One?", "Passion: It’s Not Just a Fruit," and "Zenith: Are We There Yet?"

Wall Street Journal Bestseller!

Sharon has poured her many years of experience dealing with workplace issues into her books. Both Love 'Em or Lose 'Em and Love It, Don't Leave It have been highly praised for taking the mystery out of the field of employee retention and engagement. They embody the business philosophy and teaching methods that Sharon has used so successfully in her roles as a speaker and as one of America’s premier executive coaches.

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“Bev and Sharon do it again! In a simple, straightforward way, they take on an important issue: how to make the most of your work environment. I want every one of our associates to read this book.” — Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager, Whale Done!, and Full Steam Ahead