Struggling to find good employees? You might be to blame

11/14/2013 | Bob Herbold's Gutsy Leadership Blog

Every leader wants good employees, but the way to get and keep them is by offering good jobs, writes Bob Herbold. That means giving clear responsibilities that don't conflict with those of peers, giving the authority and accountability they deserve, and making yourself available without being overbearing. "Strong leaders push hard to make sure that the jobs in their organization are good ones. They know that is the secret to attracting and retaining talent," Herbold writes.

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