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Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em, Sixth Edition: Getting Good People to Stay Love 'Em or Lose 'Em Card Deck Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go Card Deck Up Is Not the Only Way: Rethinking Career Mobility Hello Stay Interviews, Goodbye Talent Loss: A Manager's Playbook
Books by Beverly Kaye Retaining top talent and making sure employees feel engaged and appreciated is a perennial concern for every business. With over 800,000 copies sold globally, this breakout book shares twenty-six simple strategies from A to Z. NEW! A colorful card deck designed as an educational tool to guide managers’ learning. Use the deck and its activities, best practices, and tips as a starting point to open up dialogue and take actions for all A-to-Z strategies. The new edition of the breakout employee development classic includes advice on engagement and retention in today’s more flexible employment environment and a new chapter on creating a career development culture in your organization. These fifty-six cards share the most insightful questions leaders worldwide have been asked—or wish they had been asked. Use them to assess your career development style, engage others, plan a career conversation with your own manager, and more! Author Beverly Kaye joins coauthors Lynn Cowart and Lindy Williams to deliver a revolutionary and motivational guide to rethinking career mobility as a kaleidoscope, not a ladder. Wildly successful duo Bev Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans offer a radically simple idea: you can avoid having “exit” interviews when employees are leaving if you have “stay" interviews that will keep them.

About Beverly Kaye

Internationally recognized as a visionary, author and thought leader in the broad field of talent management, Dr. Beverly Kaye’s contributions in career development, employee engagement, and retention for the past four decades earned her several recognitions including ISA’s Thought Leader Award and ATD’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

Her cutting-edge thinking and state-of-the-art learning experiences have helped organizations worldwide solve their greatest talent management challenges, producing measurable and sustainable results. Her presentations and workshops are known for engaging participants, stimulating learning, and inspiring action.

As a solopreneur in her new company, BevKaye & Co., she continues to do what she loves – working with organizations worldwide to make workplaces work best through engaging, developing and retaining talent.

You can DOWNLOAD an excerpt from the sixth edition at bevkaye.com, watch a couple of videos on what’s new, and access resources from her website.

About Sharon Jordan-Evans

Sharon Jordan-Evans, president of the Jordan Evans Group, is a pioneer in the field of employee retention and engagement. She has a Masters Degree in Organization Development and is a professional certified coach. Sharon serves as a prominent speaker for numerous conferences and works with Fortune 500 companies such as American Express, Boeing, Disney, Lockheed, Cheesecake Factory, Monster, MTV, PBS, Sony, and Universal Studios.

Fortune 500 companies hire Sharon and the Jordan Evans Group to work with the people they can least afford to lose – their high performers. That work is available as executive coaching for individuals and teams and keynote presentations to motivate, educate and entertain. With over 20 years of experience working with executive teams and key leaders at all levels, the Jordan Evans Group helps companies engage, develop and retain talent and improve bottom line results in the process.

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The new edition of the bestselling employee development classic includes advice on engagement and retention in today''s more flexible employment environment and a new chapter on creating a career development culture in your organization.

Study after study confirms that career development is the single most powerful tool managers have for driving retention, engagement, productivity, and results. But most managers feel they just don''t have time for it. This book offers a better way: frequent, short conversations with employees about themselves, their goals, and the business that can be integrated seamlessly into the normal course of business.

Beverly Kaye and Julie Winkle Giulioni identify three broad types of conversations that will increase employees'' awareness of their strengths, weaknesses, and interests; point out where their organization and their industry are headed; and help them pull all of that together to create forward momentum. And the new chapter includes an assessment so you can measure how well your current culture supports development--and how to improve it.

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“Filled with great examples, questions, and real-world approaches that fit into the workflow, this book brings a much-needed simplicity and personal touch back to career development.”
—David Rodriguez, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, Marriott International
 
“Employees crave authentic conversations about their careers. Too frequently, managers shy away or simply don’t make the time. Bev and Julie remind us that it can be as simple as asking good questions—and they show us how with tips, examples, and suggestions that build confidence and competence.”
—Louise Keefe, Global Senior Leader, Organization Effectiveness, Eaton
 
“Every manager will find this short book to be long on practical ways to make career development happen.”
—Jack Zenger, CEO, Zenger Folkman, and coauthor of the bestselling The Extraordinary Leader and The Extraordinary Coach
 
“This book is an essential manual for managers and mentors who want to achieve success. Career planning does not have to be complicated or intimidating. The authors break it down into remarkably simple conversation topics with open-ended questions. The examples that have been threaded throughout are spot on and valuable. This will be an often-used and dog-eared resource on every desk!”
—Bill Meeker, Chief Energy and Human Resources Officer, Diversey
 
“At United Health Group, our company growth depends on the growth of our employees. When employees feel they can meet their career goals, that fuels engagement—one of the key drivers of our success. Bev and Julie hit the bull’s-eye by providing a compelling book that speaks to the everyday life of a manager. What a wonderful resource!”
—Wendy Bloom, Senior Director, Talent Strategy, United Healthcare
 
“Beverly and Julie have a remarkable gift of turning an important and complex topic into useful and simple ideas and practices. Their work will help leaders wisely invest in their employees and employees take responsibility for their personal development.”
—Dave Ulrich, Professor of Business Administration, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
 
“Deceptively simple. Absolutely relevant. Bev and Julie demystify career development and give managers the key to unlocking the potential around them.”
—Heidi Brandow, Director, Global Learning and Development, Tesla, Inc.
 
“Life and business are all about where you pay attention. Pay attention to the growth of your people . . . and they will grow your business. The authors do a great job in spelling out the how-tos!”
—Chip Conley, author of Wisdom@Work and Strategic Advisor for Hospitality and Leadership, Airbnb
 
“Developing talent is essential for business success. This book provides a practical and easy-to-implement approach that can have a big impact on an organization.”
—Tamar Elkeles, Chief Talent Executive, Atlantic Bridge Capital LLP
 
“This edition takes us into the realities of today’s business landscape and shows that if we want to grow our business, we have to grow our people. It walks the reader through career conversations in a way that isn’t overwhelming and rather focuses on leaders being genuine and having meaningful conversations.”
—Robin Cerrati, Vice President, Human Resources, Compass Group
 
“Should be the career conversation bible for busy leaders!”
—Marshall Goldsmith, author of the New York Times bestseller Triggers and coauthor of How Women Rise
 
“Organizations in Asia need to take career development initiatives seriously, and managers need to be supported with simple skills and tools to build trust and overcome cultural barriers. This book offers an approach to career development that works cross-culturally and enables companies in Asia to deal more effectively with this talent management challenge.”
—Tan Siew Inn, Founding Partner, The Flame Centre, Singapore, and author of Wholeness in a Disruptive World
 
Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go is an important contribution to leading organizations where people and talent growth matters to success.”
—Kevin Wilde, Executive Leadership Fellow, Carlson School of Management
 
“In all my years coaching executives on career development, this is the best and most comprehensive resource available. It takes the complex issue of career development and simplifies it with real, action-oriented tips, tools, and insights. It’s relevant for new supervisors, senior executives, and HR professionals at any level in any industry.”
—Sharon Silverman, Senior Vice President, Talent Acquisition, Gingerfinds
 
“At last, a hands-on book that’s smart, practical, and honest. Everyone knows that people make all the difference; this book will teach you how to make a difference with your people.”
—Alan Webber, cofounder of Fast Company, author of Rules of Thumb, and Mayor of Santa Fe, New Mexico
 
“Improving the skills of our workforce is one of the country’s most important economic challenges. It has to start with employers, and Help Them Grow tells you how to do it painlessly.”
—Peter Cappelli, Director, Center for Human Resources, The Wharton School, and Professor of Management, University of Pennsylvania
 
“Great read for those who want to help individuals develop. It is full of useful materials that are easy to access. Ideal for a manager who wants to learn about coaching others.”
—Edward E. Lawler III, Distinguished Professor of Business, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, and coauthor of Management Reset
 
“Improving retention and building engagement are the driving factors for the talent development strategy of the Hearst Capital Management group. We’re implementing Help Them Grow concepts because they provide managers and employees with an easy-to-follow yet impactful framework for career conversations. Through career conversations, we’re increasing engagement and, more importantly, supporting our employees’ careers.”
—Heather Ragone, Senior Director, Talent Development, Hearst
 
“Ingersoll Rand’s focus on development is improving year over year. Our leaders don’t just coach for performance, they coach for development. How does best-in-class engagement and employee retention sound to you? Does an organization filled with career coaches sound interesting? Read this book!”
—Craig Mundy, Vice President, Human Resources, Strategic Business Units, Ingersoll Rand
 
Help Them Grow provides a practical road map for managers who know that they want to help their teams but may not know the clear, specific steps they can take. Managers, employees, and the organizations they serve will benefit from the wisdom in this book.”
Rebecca L. Ray, Ph.D., Executive Vice President, Human Capital, The Conference Board
 
“I loved this book. Draw from the abundant list of simple yet powerful questions and become the best talent manager in your organization.” 
—Tina Sung, Vice President, Government Transformation and Agency Partnerships, Partnership for Public Service
 
“A great guidebook for those whose job it is to help other people grow, with all the right questions we need to be asking!”
—Frances Hesselbein, President and CEO, The Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute

About the Author

Beverly Kaye is the founder of Career Systems International. She was recently honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Talent Development for her groundbreaking and continual contributions to workplace learning. She is the coauthor of several books, including five editions of Love ''Em or Lose ''Em.

Julie Winkle Giulioni works with organizations worldwide to improve performance through leadership and learning. Named one of Inc. magazine''s top 100 leadership speakers, she consults, teaches, speaks, and writes about career development and a variety of workplace topics.

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Mike Henry Sr.
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Wonderful resource, but add your own energy!
Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2019
This isn''t just a book, it''s a resource. Read the book through and then come back to it over and over for new ideas. It is so full of ideas and action items you can''t possibly do it all at once or in order. And work will be required. You won''t get better reading this book.... See more
This isn''t just a book, it''s a resource. Read the book through and then come back to it over and over for new ideas. It is so full of ideas and action items you can''t possibly do it all at once or in order. And work will be required. You won''t get better reading this book. You will become aware of the gap, and you will receive ideas and tools to close the gap. Each chapter is full of assessments, myths debunked, and fresh ideas and new ways to look at old problems. If you want to get serious about retention, this book is a must!
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Edwin Dalorzo
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Barely hits the mark
Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2020
The book does have some interesting insights and advice that made it worth reading, but it barely hit the mark of a good book for me. I didn’t like that; at times, it felt like reading a self-help book. The authors expense advice about many things, but they don’t give you... See more
The book does have some interesting insights and advice that made it worth reading, but it barely hit the mark of a good book for me. I didn’t like that; at times, it felt like reading a self-help book. The authors expense advice about many things, but they don’t give you any good reasons to believe them. This is solely their opinion, and that’s it. I would have like to be provided with at least some empirical evidence or stories of success of people using these techniques. The one redeeming aspect for me is that the book did make me question important aspects of career development, the book did make me think deeply about some of these things, and that''s, for me, what good books are made of.
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A Must Read for Supervisors, Managers and Leaders
Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2019
This book should be required reading for all first-time supervisors, seasoned managers and organizational leaders. Employees yearn to work for the boss that cares about their careers, and helps them to achieve their full... See more
This book should be required reading for all first-time supervisors, seasoned managers and organizational leaders. Employees yearn to work for the boss that cares about their careers, and helps them to achieve their full potential. Yet, few find the time to do so. Ten minutes a day? Ten minutes a week? Julie Winkle Giiulioni offers tips to follow. Do it!
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Ed Nottingham
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A "must read" for leaders/managers
Reviewed in the United States on October 12, 2012
I deliver leader coach training internally for leadership in our organization and include a section on "career development coaching" in some of the programs. All I can say about "Help Them Grow" is WOW! This 112 page book is a jewel filled with practical tips that when... See more
I deliver leader coach training internally for leadership in our organization and include a section on "career development coaching" in some of the programs. All I can say about "Help Them Grow" is WOW! This 112 page book is a jewel filled with practical tips that when applied will help leaders/managers provide excellent development conversations and coaching. AND, the authors emphasize that career development is not a yearly (dreaded) event or one-time discussion but rather ongoing conversations that can be done effectively and efficiently (translation: great career coaching does not take as much time as leaders often think). One of the many "jewels" included are examples of the questions to ask employees that help them start taking responsibility for their development and questions that help keep them on track. Also, in most companies, corporations, and organizations today there may be fewer promotions available, and the authors encourage a paradigm shift from "onward and upward" to "forward and toward." In other words, lots of opportunities for development exist in all organizations especially when all of us see success as more than just a promotion.

If I could give this book more than 5 Stars I would!

Ed Nottingham, PhD
Consulting & Clinical Psychologist
Author, It''s Not As Bad As It Seems
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Charles Decker
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An instant classic
Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2019
Beverly Kaye, known internationally as the High Priestess of Corporate Retention, has given us another book that managers and supervisors will be able to refer to year after year. Open at virtually any page and you will find immediate help in dealing with any employee''s... See more
Beverly Kaye, known internationally as the High Priestess of Corporate Retention, has given us another book that managers and supervisors will be able to refer to year after year. Open at virtually any page and you will find immediate help in dealing with any employee''s career development. What she and her co-author say about the importance of having meaningful conversations is unique to this book. If only people would get off their smartphones and talk to one another, the world would be a better place.
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A New Paradigm for Career Development
Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2012
Help them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want is an engaging and insightful work, introducing a practical and powerful new paradigm for career development in the 21st century. The book addresses the new realities of the 21st century... See more
Help them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want is an engaging and insightful work, introducing a practical and powerful new paradigm for career development in the 21st century.

The book addresses the new realities of the 21st century workplace, delivering a highly accessible toolkit. The authors argue that the traditional annual career development conversation is passé and should be replaced by multiple, shorter and more relevant conversations within the context of the day-to-day workflow. Building on the ideas introduced by Doug Connant and Mette Norgaard in Touchpoints, Help them Grow guides managers into this new system in several ways: first, by recognizing the opportunities for dialog when they occur during the normal course of business; and second through a set of tools and techniques to structure conversations that foster worker growth.

The key is to frame these conversations correctly. Help them Grow offers a simple yet compelling formula: insight lies at the intersection of hindsight and foresight. Kaye and Giulioni teach managers to notice critical opportunities for worker self-awareness through reinterpretation of past events and experience. True insight comes by overlaying an enlightened understanding of the past with the anticipation of the dreams and possibilities of tomorrow.

Help them Grow dispels outdated myths of 20th century career development, replacing them with strategies more relevant to the modern workforce--jettisoning a one-dimensional traditional career ladder and substituting a climbing wall, a powerful and nuanced metaphor that expands rather than limits the spectrum of possible conversations.

The book is filled with mind-enriching gems and is a quick and easy read. Anyone who invests a mere two hours with this book will be rewarded by a new framework for career development, leading to greater worker productivity, satisfaction, growth and retention. This is a compelling ROI.
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Nichele Peck-Glaspie
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Great resource
Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2019
I''m disappointed to learn that when I ordered this book it was not the second edition. Great read, just wish the second edition would have been available to purchase in December 2018. I would give it 5 stars but only four because of not having the second edition, which... See more
I''m disappointed to learn that when I ordered this book it was not the second edition. Great read, just wish the second edition would have been available to purchase in December 2018. I would give it 5 stars but only four because of not having the second edition, which includes information two additional chapters and resources. Only found this out from surfing the Internet.
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John E. Smith
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Great Leadership and Management Resource
Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2012
If you are a leader who cares about those for whom you are responsible, you want to help them grow and succeed. Their triumphs are your triumphs. If you want some very useful tips on how to do this ... The nitty-gritty of this is that we know more... See more
If you are a leader who cares about those for whom you are responsible, you want to help them grow and succeed. Their triumphs are your triumphs.

If you want some very useful tips on how to do this ...

The nitty-gritty of this is that we know more today about what is effective and what is not effective when it comes to helping people grow and blossom. All we have to do is find the information, consider how to use it, and then do it ... fortunately, this easy-to-read book does most of the work for you.

Beverly Kaye and Julie Winkle Guilioni have created "Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go" on Amazon - check out this book. Buy it, read it, reflect on it, and then read it again. Make the ideas and strategies your own. Use this book:)
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Mr. Andrew Jones
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Essential for all managers who want the best from their staff- powerful, compelling and fabulously accessible and easy.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 3, 2014
This book is great===easy to read, superb content and ideal for every manager in every organisation who wants to connect with their staff in a meaningful way. The book takes the mystery out of career conversations and removes the fear, anxiety and concern that managers have...See more
This book is great===easy to read, superb content and ideal for every manager in every organisation who wants to connect with their staff in a meaningful way. The book takes the mystery out of career conversations and removes the fear, anxiety and concern that managers have around opening up the "career conversation". Equipping managers be comfortable in this area by giving them easy, straightforward tools and approaches enables them to build relationships which work for the manager, the staff member and the organisation. If you struggle with retention, employee engagement, motivation, morale or productivity then this book will help. Buy it..... in fact buy one for each of your team leaders and managers and expect it to be some of the best investment you make.
This book is great===easy to read, superb content and ideal for every manager in every organisation who wants to connect with their staff in a meaningful way.
The book takes the mystery out of career conversations and removes the fear, anxiety and concern that managers have around opening up the "career conversation". Equipping managers be comfortable in this area by giving them easy, straightforward tools and approaches enables them to build relationships which work for the manager, the staff member and the organisation.
If you struggle with retention, employee engagement, motivation, morale or productivity then this book will help.
Buy it..... in fact buy one for each of your team leaders and managers and expect it to be some of the best investment you make.
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Struggled to comprehend the content
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 11, 2018
Had hoped for something that would bring clarity to career management conversations. Unfortunately the style of writing and the way the book was structured did not work for me and I was left struggling to both get into the material and to understand it. Had to return it.
Had hoped for something that would bring clarity to career management conversations. Unfortunately the style of writing and the way the book was structured did not work for me and I was left struggling to both get into the material and to understand it. Had to return it.
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Easy to read and easy to apply
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 11, 2019
Great book with some really simple but thought provoking insight and questions. A great resource especially when accompanied with the card deck for career coaching
Great book with some really simple but thought provoking insight and questions.
A great resource especially when accompanied with the card deck for career coaching
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Christian Riedhammer
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A must-read if you''re managing people
Reviewed in Germany on January 20, 2019
The book is a must-read for every leader who is managing people as well as for anyone who aspires to have a role in developing others. It’s a concise but practical guide full of useful questions which you can work through with your staff to help them in their career...See more
The book is a must-read for every leader who is managing people as well as for anyone who aspires to have a role in developing others. It’s a concise but practical guide full of useful questions which you can work through with your staff to help them in their career development. The central question the authors answer is “if career development is a tool that can deliver productivity gains, expense reduction, quality improvements, innovation, and bottom-line results, why isn’t everyone using it?”. The authors also bring some interesting tools for your leadership tool box, such as the three types of conversations – hindsight, foresight, and insight. This book is also a must-read in terms of millennials and Gen Z because research shows that one of the biggest question they keep asking us is about their career and the next steps. And we know that already next year, in 2020, millennials will make up 35% of the global workforce with Gen Z making up 24% which equates to more than half the entire workforce population.
The book is a must-read for every leader who is managing people as well as for anyone who aspires to have a role in developing others.

It’s a concise but practical guide full of useful questions which you can work through with your staff to help them in their career development. The central question the authors answer is “if career development is a tool that can deliver productivity gains, expense reduction, quality improvements, innovation, and bottom-line results, why isn’t everyone using it?”. The authors also bring some interesting tools for your leadership tool box, such as the three types of conversations – hindsight, foresight, and insight.

This book is also a must-read in terms of millennials and Gen Z because research shows that one of the biggest question they keep asking us is about their career and the next steps. And we know that already next year, in 2020, millennials will make up 35% of the global workforce with Gen Z making up 24% which equates to more than half the entire workforce population.
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Excelente para líderes q es la primera vez q tienen equipo a cargo.
Reviewed in Mexico on January 25, 2019
Buen libro si empiezas en tu rol de rh o bien como líder con un equipo de trabajo a tu cargo. Ofrece ejemplos prácticos y del día a día. Si tienes experiencia dentro del área recomendaría uno de mayor nivel
Buen libro si empiezas en tu rol de rh o bien como líder con un equipo de trabajo a tu cargo. Ofrece ejemplos prácticos y del día a día. Si tienes experiencia dentro del área recomendaría uno de mayor nivel
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Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em, Sixth Edition: Getting Good People to Stay Love 'Em or Lose 'Em Card Deck Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go Card Deck Up Is Not the Only Way: Rethinking Career Mobility Hello Stay Interviews, Goodbye Talent Loss: A Manager's Playbook
Books by Beverly Kaye Retaining top talent and making sure employees feel engaged and appreciated is a perennial concern for every business. With over 800,000 copies sold globally, this breakout book shares twenty-six simple strategies from A to Z. NEW! A colorful card deck designed as an educational tool to guide managers’ learning. Use the deck and its activities, best practices, and tips as a starting point to open up dialogue and take actions for all A-to-Z strategies. The new edition of the breakout employee development classic includes advice on engagement and retention in today’s more flexible employment environment and a new chapter on creating a career development culture in your organization. These fifty-six cards share the most insightful questions leaders worldwide have been asked—or wish they had been asked. Use them to assess your career development style, engage others, plan a career conversation with your own manager, and more! Author Beverly Kaye joins coauthors Lynn Cowart and Lindy Williams to deliver a revolutionary and motivational guide to rethinking career mobility as a kaleidoscope, not a ladder. Wildly successful duo Bev Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans offer a radically simple idea: you can avoid having “exit” interviews when employees are leaving if you have “stay" interviews that will keep them.

About Beverly Kaye

Internationally recognized as a visionary, author and thought leader in the broad field of talent management, Dr. Beverly Kaye’s contributions in career development, employee engagement, and retention for the past four decades earned her several recognitions including ISA’s Thought Leader Award and ATD’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

Her cutting-edge thinking and state-of-the-art learning experiences have helped organizations worldwide solve their greatest talent management challenges, producing measurable and sustainable results. Her presentations and workshops are known for engaging participants, stimulating learning, and inspiring action.

As a solopreneur in her new company, BevKaye & Co., she continues to do what she loves – working with organizations worldwide to make workplaces work best through engaging, developing and retaining talent.

You can DOWNLOAD an excerpt from the sixth edition at bevkaye.com, watch a couple of videos on what’s new, and access resources from her website.

About Sharon Jordan-Evans

Sharon Jordan-Evans, president of the Jordan Evans Group, is a pioneer in the field of employee retention and engagement. She has a Masters Degree in Organization Development and is a professional certified coach. Sharon serves as a prominent speaker for numerous conferences and works with Fortune 500 companies such as American Express, Boeing, Disney, Lockheed, Cheesecake Factory, Monster, MTV, PBS, Sony, and Universal Studios.

Fortune 500 companies hire Sharon and the Jordan Evans Group to work with the people they can least afford to lose – their high performers. That work is available as executive coaching for individuals and teams and keynote presentations to motivate, educate and entertain. With over 20 years of experience working with executive teams and key leaders at all levels, the Jordan Evans Group helps companies engage, develop and retain talent and improve bottom line results in the process.

Description

Product Description

The new edition of the bestselling employee development classic includes advice on engagement and retention in today''s more flexible employment environment and a new chapter on creating a career development culture in your organization.

Study after study confirms that career development is the single most powerful tool managers have for driving retention, engagement, productivity, and results. But most managers feel they just don''t have time for it. This book offers a better way: frequent, short conversations with employees about themselves, their goals, and the business that can be integrated seamlessly into the normal course of business.

Beverly Kaye and Julie Winkle Giulioni identify three broad types of conversations that will increase employees'' awareness of their strengths, weaknesses, and interests; point out where their organization and their industry are headed; and help them pull all of that together to create forward momentum. And the new chapter includes an assessment so you can measure how well your current culture supports development--and how to improve it.

Review

“Filled with great examples, questions, and real-world approaches that fit into the workflow, this book brings a much-needed simplicity and personal touch back to career development.”
—David Rodriguez, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, Marriott International
 
“Employees crave authentic conversations about their careers. Too frequently, managers shy away or simply don’t make the time. Bev and Julie remind us that it can be as simple as asking good questions—and they show us how with tips, examples, and suggestions that build confidence and competence.”
—Louise Keefe, Global Senior Leader, Organization Effectiveness, Eaton
 
“Every manager will find this short book to be long on practical ways to make career development happen.”
—Jack Zenger, CEO, Zenger Folkman, and coauthor of the bestselling The Extraordinary Leader and The Extraordinary Coach
 
“This book is an essential manual for managers and mentors who want to achieve success. Career planning does not have to be complicated or intimidating. The authors break it down into remarkably simple conversation topics with open-ended questions. The examples that have been threaded throughout are spot on and valuable. This will be an often-used and dog-eared resource on every desk!”
—Bill Meeker, Chief Energy and Human Resources Officer, Diversey
 
“At United Health Group, our company growth depends on the growth of our employees. When employees feel they can meet their career goals, that fuels engagement—one of the key drivers of our success. Bev and Julie hit the bull’s-eye by providing a compelling book that speaks to the everyday life of a manager. What a wonderful resource!”
—Wendy Bloom, Senior Director, Talent Strategy, United Healthcare
 
“Beverly and Julie have a remarkable gift of turning an important and complex topic into useful and simple ideas and practices. Their work will help leaders wisely invest in their employees and employees take responsibility for their personal development.”
—Dave Ulrich, Professor of Business Administration, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
 
“Deceptively simple. Absolutely relevant. Bev and Julie demystify career development and give managers the key to unlocking the potential around them.”
—Heidi Brandow, Director, Global Learning and Development, Tesla, Inc.
 
“Life and business are all about where you pay attention. Pay attention to the growth of your people . . . and they will grow your business. The authors do a great job in spelling out the how-tos!”
—Chip Conley, author of Wisdom@Work and Strategic Advisor for Hospitality and Leadership, Airbnb
 
“Developing talent is essential for business success. This book provides a practical and easy-to-implement approach that can have a big impact on an organization.”
—Tamar Elkeles, Chief Talent Executive, Atlantic Bridge Capital LLP
 
“This edition takes us into the realities of today’s business landscape and shows that if we want to grow our business, we have to grow our people. It walks the reader through career conversations in a way that isn’t overwhelming and rather focuses on leaders being genuine and having meaningful conversations.”
—Robin Cerrati, Vice President, Human Resources, Compass Group
 
“Should be the career conversation bible for busy leaders!”
—Marshall Goldsmith, author of the New York Times bestseller Triggers and coauthor of How Women Rise
 
“Organizations in Asia need to take career development initiatives seriously, and managers need to be supported with simple skills and tools to build trust and overcome cultural barriers. This book offers an approach to career development that works cross-culturally and enables companies in Asia to deal more effectively with this talent management challenge.”
—Tan Siew Inn, Founding Partner, The Flame Centre, Singapore, and author of Wholeness in a Disruptive World
 
Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go is an important contribution to leading organizations where people and talent growth matters to success.”
—Kevin Wilde, Executive Leadership Fellow, Carlson School of Management
 
“In all my years coaching executives on career development, this is the best and most comprehensive resource available. It takes the complex issue of career development and simplifies it with real, action-oriented tips, tools, and insights. It’s relevant for new supervisors, senior executives, and HR professionals at any level in any industry.”
—Sharon Silverman, Senior Vice President, Talent Acquisition, Gingerfinds
 
“At last, a hands-on book that’s smart, practical, and honest. Everyone knows that people make all the difference; this book will teach you how to make a difference with your people.”
—Alan Webber, cofounder of Fast Company, author of Rules of Thumb, and Mayor of Santa Fe, New Mexico
 
“Improving the skills of our workforce is one of the country’s most important economic challenges. It has to start with employers, and Help Them Grow tells you how to do it painlessly.”
—Peter Cappelli, Director, Center for Human Resources, The Wharton School, and Professor of Management, University of Pennsylvania
 
“Great read for those who want to help individuals develop. It is full of useful materials that are easy to access. Ideal for a manager who wants to learn about coaching others.”
—Edward E. Lawler III, Distinguished Professor of Business, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, and coauthor of Management Reset
 
“Improving retention and building engagement are the driving factors for the talent development strategy of the Hearst Capital Management group. We’re implementing Help Them Grow concepts because they provide managers and employees with an easy-to-follow yet impactful framework for career conversations. Through career conversations, we’re increasing engagement and, more importantly, supporting our employees’ careers.”
—Heather Ragone, Senior Director, Talent Development, Hearst
 
“Ingersoll Rand’s focus on development is improving year over year. Our leaders don’t just coach for performance, they coach for development. How does best-in-class engagement and employee retention sound to you? Does an organization filled with career coaches sound interesting? Read this book!”
—Craig Mundy, Vice President, Human Resources, Strategic Business Units, Ingersoll Rand
 
Help Them Grow provides a practical road map for managers who know that they want to help their teams but may not know the clear, specific steps they can take. Managers, employees, and the organizations they serve will benefit from the wisdom in this book.”
Rebecca L. Ray, Ph.D., Executive Vice President, Human Capital, The Conference Board
 
“I loved this book. Draw from the abundant list of simple yet powerful questions and become the best talent manager in your organization.” 
—Tina Sung, Vice President, Government Transformation and Agency Partnerships, Partnership for Public Service
 
“A great guidebook for those whose job it is to help other people grow, with all the right questions we need to be asking!”
—Frances Hesselbein, President and CEO, The Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute

About the Author

Beverly Kaye is the founder of Career Systems International. She was recently honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Talent Development for her groundbreaking and continual contributions to workplace learning. She is the coauthor of several books, including five editions of Love ''Em or Lose ''Em.

Julie Winkle Giulioni works with organizations worldwide to improve performance through leadership and learning. Named one of Inc. magazine''s top 100 leadership speakers, she consults, teaches, speaks, and writes about career development and a variety of workplace topics.

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