“Bob,” the general counsel of a privately held company, faced what he perceived to be excessive turnover on his staff. This was costly, time consuming and disruptive.

When I met with Bob as his new coach, I searched for what might be wrong. He seemed thoughtful and kind. Bob is the type of person who wants people to be happy and stay. He thought those who left had good reason.

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