Reassess your approach after losing key employees

09/19/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

As a leader, you need to stay composed and collected when a critical employee leaves your company, "Laddering" author Eric Holtzclaw writes. Such a departure can prove to be an opportunity to re-evaluate the way things are done. It can also provide a chance to assess why the employee left so you can avoid painful losses in the future.

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