The interest from collaborators to stay at their workplace depends on commitment and honesty. It is important that leaders are always honest about their objectives.
The interest from collaborators to stay at their workplace depends on commitment and honesty. First and foremost, leaders should be seen as the example of this attributes. It is important that they are always honest about their objectives and straightforward about everything within the organisation.
On the other hand commitment is the key aspect to be found in collaborators, because if they are just waiting to abandon ship, then they will not be the right ones for any kind of workplace that needs people that truly believe in what they do. Selfishness is at its highest most in the current era, so looking for the right things will create a team filled with potential, that takes the most advantage of every available minute.
Loyalty is the most valuable trait to look for: leaders should have teams made of people that can persist and enjoy the challenges that come with long term commitment. The trick is that loyalty cannot be created nor bought. No reward or benefit is going to make someone loyal, the same way no rule will. It is through passion and interest, the right attitude, from the first moment, that leaders and their teams should identify each other as the people that will be the future of an organisation.