Why are people leaving?
Poor relationship with manager
According to Gallup, 50 percent of employees left their job “to get away from their manager to improve their overall life at some point in their career.” Ouch.
Absence of alignment
From job fit, to growth opportunities, to the organization’s vision and mission — it’s critical that people are aligned!
Lack of community
Employee happiness is directly correlated to connections with coworkers. Never underestimate the importance of having a buddy.
It’s not rocket science. It’s people science
We get to the pulse of human dynamics.
Most business challenges are actually relationship challenges. We’re humans. We want to be respected, valued, and understood! Our software helps team members better understand themselves, their team, and their organization while providing tools for better communication and awareness — addressing your top retention obstacles.
If you want to grow big, start small.
If you want to make a big impact at your organization, the key is to think small. Each individual plays an important role in your organizational ecosystem. With Echovate, you can quickly gain visibility into each of your team members. Our profiles provide valuable insights into personality strengths, unique communications styles, and potential challenges that can be used for personal growth and professional team development.
Develop & nurture workplace relationships.
(Calm down HR. We’re not talking about the romantic sorts.)
Through pulse surveys and advanced insights, you’ll be able to observe critical changes in team member attitudes and well-being. Our software helps managers and leadership detect when intervention is needed and how to communicate appropriately. Additionally, we provide resources for team members and managers to work together and create positive change.
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