• Economics
  • Published 1992

Seven Steps to Keep Top Performers

@inproceedings{Siegel1992SevenST,
  title={Seven Steps to Keep Top Performers},
  author={Randy Siegel},
  year={1992}
}
"Jane Smith" left work early today for an interview with a competitor. A four-year veteran of XYZ Associates, she is one of the public relations firm's top employees. Her supervisor calls her "a top producer," but it puzzled by her recent lack of enthusiasm. Asking Smith what the problem was at XYZ Associates will elicit such answers as "there are no more mountains to climb" and "I don't think they appreaciate me anymore." Whatever the reason, Smith will be leaving, and the firm will be losing… CONTINUE READING

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