A repeatable, scalable system for improving employee engagement and retention
PeopleThriver makes this all possible for less than you probably spend on coffee and donuts.
What if you could easily train all your managers to drive high levels of employee engagement and reduce turnover with simple habits they can stick with and without pulling managers away from work for long training sessions?
What if the people you promoted to leadership positions showed up for their first day on the job already trained on what world-class leaders do to drive high performance and engagement?
What if you could significantly improve employee engagement and retention just by asking employees for their feedback in a creative new way?
Check Out This Free Training On How To Quickly Improve Employee Engagement And Retention
Our Groundbreaking Approach to Employee Engagement, Retention, and High Performance
We use short, 1-2 question surveys on how well managers are meeting the employee needs that are directly correlated to employee engagement, retention, and high performance.
We provide managers with feedback from team members combined with quick, 5-min video training on simple habits they can stick with for consistently meeting the core needs that are directly correlated to employee engagement, retention, and high performance.
Team members see action being taken on their feedback in a matter of days.
We provide team members with quick 5-min video training on what they can do to help their managers help them to thrive, and create a great workplace culture from the ground up.
By giving team members training on what they can do to facilitate employee engagement and creating a high-performance culture that has a positive impact on the well being and growth of team members, engagement and retention can be improved even faster than by training managers alone.
This also trains team members on what great leaders do so that when they’re ready to become leaders, they are actually ready!
Could you imagine how much more effective your managers would be if they had already received a world-class training on leadership before they stepped into their roles as managers?