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Live Webinar: How To Win The War On Talent

  • 05-May-2022
  • 11:00 - 12:00
  • Online

Hiring has never been harder for employers. As pandemic restrictions ease and businesses start bouncing back, the competition to recruit new workers and retain existing ones is fierce.

With record-low unemployment levels and increasing inflation, companies of all sizes are trying to attract workers with increased pay. But what do you do when you don't have endless supplies of money to raise wages or when workers have already hit the top of their pay range? How do you ensure your company can attract and retain the best people?

Join us for a free, not-to-be-missed webinar where Australia's #1 High-Performance Team Consultant, Diana Tapp, will reveal how you can win the war on talent. Discover the free and low-cost ways leaders can use to reward star performers, attract top staff and become a company no one wants to leave.

In this webinar, you'll discover:

  • The actual reason people leave their company
  • Why raising wages alone isn’t enough to attract and keep workers
  • The top 5 skills ALL managers need to have
  • Why supporting employee career ambitions is the key to success
  • How reimagining your reward structure will lead to results

Webinar details:

Date: Thursday 5th May, 2022

Time: 11.00am to 12.00pm 

Where: Online

Cost: Free

By registering for this webinar your details will be shared with World Class Teams.

Webinar Presenter  l  Diana Tapp, CEO of World Class Teams

This webinar is presented by Diana Tapp, CEO of World Class Teams. Diana is Australia’s #1 High Performance Team Consultant and author of the book “Unleash Your Team's Potential”.

World Class Teams' practical tools and techniques have been developed and honed over 15 years working with some of Australia’s most innovative and prestigious companies such as Linfox, Commonwealth Bank, Merlin Entertainments and Cathay Pacific Airways.

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