'Most people stay or leave their organisations because of direct managers'

A 2016 Gallup poll of Millennials found that almost 90% of them valued "career growth and development opportunities".

Less than 40% felt strongly that they had "learned something new on the job in the past 30 days".

Eusebius McKaiser speaks to Sage Africa & Middle East vice president customer for life Michelle Bisset about the approaches to development in organisations.

There is a reason why we group diversity and inclusion together because a seat at the table is one part of it. Inclusion is a critical element of it.

Michelle Bisset, Vice president customer for life - Sage Africa & Middle East

An organisation's culture has become really important, we know that 70% of the reason why people stay or leave their organisations is because of their direct manager.

Michelle Bisset, Vice president customer for life - Sage Africa & Middle East

For those of us in leadership positions, it is really about creating a culture that embraces growth and doesn't look down on people who need development rather see development as an opportunity to grow.

Michelle Bisset, Vice president customer for life - Sage Africa & Middle East

Listen to the full interview below...


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