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Vol 3, Issue 1 - March 2014

Prevent the Exit --- Hold a StayConversation

Admit it. You love them. (Even if you don’t use that word.) You know – they’re your talented, committed employees. They’re critical to your success and they make your team the best one to play on. They are the heart and soul of your organization – and your competitors want them!  So how can you keep them engaged and on your team?

Start with a StayConversationWhen do you think most leaders ask questions like, “What can I do to keep you?” You’re right; it’s in the exit interview. At that point it’s typically too late. The talented employee already has one foot out the door.  

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Tip of the Month

Over and over research tells us that money is NOT the major key to engaging and keeping good people. Everyone is different. Ask your employees what kind of recognition or reward they most appreciate.

In the News 

CSI’s  Beverly Crowell and Beverly Kaye look at how to Take the Groan Out of IDP's in Leadership Excellence Essentials.

Beverly Kaye shares ways a busy manager can keep their employees focused and engaged in this podcast

Focus Magazine talks with Beverly Kaye about  Love 'Em or Lose 'Em.

Lynn Cowart and Beverly Kaye discuss the Manager's Role in Retaining Talent in Careers in Government.

Recognition Comes in Many Sizes with Sharon Jordan-Evans and Beverly Kaye, discuss "what matters most" to employees in HR.com's Recognition and Engagement Essentials.

Check out CSI’s blog and share your thoughts, ideas and comments on employee engagement and career development.

Contact Us

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Suite 200 Scranton, PA 18505 
Phone (570) 346-8840
Fax (570) 346-8606 
Email HQ@careersystemsintl.com
Twitter @CareerSystems or @BeverlyLKaye


About CSI

Career Systems International improves the business performance of its clients and the lives of all employees who seek to maximize their personal and professional potential. We unleash Impassioned Employment by providing the best employee engagement, career development and retention solutions on the planet.

Jumpstart Career Conversations and Spark Employee Engagement

If you could improve employee engagement with a one hour investment of time, would you?

We know that everyone wants and needs to grow – but all too often, career development is viewed as a once and done conversation at the end of the year. What if there was a more meaningful approach? What if your managers could hold career conversations all year long by applying a simple framework to career development? They can!

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Meet the CSI Team

Jennifer Papineau, Graphic Designer

I have worked with CSI for eleven years creating websites, marketing materials, customized client materials - basically anything that involves graphics and layout. What I love most about CSI is the people I work with! I have rarely worked with a company who practices what they preach! CSI does and I am truly appreciative. Because of CSI, I have grown so much and become very confident in what I do!  

Upcoming Events

For the latest information on upcoming CSI events and for links to on demand webinars or podcasts, visit our Events page.

March 3, New York, NY
Cracking the Code on Career Development, Conference Board Seminar with Beverly Kaye and Julie Winkle Giulioni

March 13, Singapore
Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em: Getting Good People to Stay, The Flame Centre
Public Workshop

March 19, Los Angeles, CA
Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go, HR Star Conference 
Keynote by Beverly Kaye

April 1, Virtual event
The Leaders Role in Engagement, HR.com Webinar
with Beverly Crowell and Troy Hayes from Ingersoll Rand

April 21, Portland, OR
Love 'Em or Lose 'Em: Getting Good People to Stay, PNW-HRSF
with Beverly Kaye

April 22, Seattle, WA
Love 'Em or Lose 'Em: Getting Good People to Stay, PNW-HRSF
with Beverly Kaye

Quick Industry Update

Actively disengaged employees cost the U.S. between $450-$550 billion annually! Read more.

Fortune's 2014 list of 100 Best Companies to Work For is now out. Check out which companies made the list and why.

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