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HRD Roundtable: Combating 'Quiet Quitting' Through Employee Empowerment Techniques

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Helping employees find their purpose, gain a better work-life balance, and improve leadership capability can mitigate the phenomenon of “quiet quitting”. Identifying and addressing the root causes of quiet quitting requires a holistic approach that addresses both the individual needs of employees and the organisational culture. To do so, leaders must concentrate on encouraging employees […]

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Helping employees find their purpose, gain a better work-life balance, and improve leadership capability can mitigate the phenomenon of “quiet quitting”. Identifying and addressing the root causes of quiet quitting requires a holistic approach that addresses both the individual needs of employees and the organisational culture. To do so, leaders must concentrate on encouraging employees to explore their purpose in line with the company’s mission, whilst investing in leadership training supports employees in their ability to lead, communicate, and motivate their teams.

How can leaders identify and address potential problems before they result in employees leaving quietly? What methods can leaders consider to encourage employees to openly communicate their concerns to management? Join this virtual roundtable to identify, address and mitigate the causes of quiet quitting to foster a more engaged and motivated workforce.

Join this virtual roundtable as we explore how to:

  • Evaluate culture and policies to identify underlying factors that can lead to quiet quitting.
  • Use employee feedback and evaluations to address issues before they lead to quitting.
  • Implement strategies to foster a sense of belonging and community.
  • Provide opportunities for employee career development to prevent disengagement.

Create an open-door policy and support for employees struggling with stress or burnout.

 

Register here!

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