by Allison Hemming
Every leader obsesses about building a star factory, but the sad truth is you'll never keep all your best talent. While they're working for you, worry less about losing them and instead influence their thinking. Turn them into evangelists for the way you do business and be brave enough to set expectations about what it means to be a good alumnus of your organization. Invest in a strong foundation, unlock their potential and then help them get to the next level -- whether it's inside or out of your company. You'll not only have more empowered employees but you'll gain loyalists who'll turn into clients long after they leave.
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This new group of workers, raised with technology and praise, brings a new set of expectations and demands. From leveraging interns and volunteers, to hiring younger workers, learning how to leaded and manage this generation effectively for increased productivity and retention is good business sense. Learn why this generation is unique, what research says about their workplace needs and what you can do to get the most out of their tenure in your organization.
9th–13th March 2012