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Top Retention Strategies: How to Maximize Onboarding, Culture, Training and L&D to Keep Talent

Top Retention Strategies: How to Maximize Onboarding, Culture, Training and L&D to Keep Talent - On-Demand

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Top Retention Strategies: How to Maximize Onboarding, Culture, Training and L&D to Keep Talent - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn what causes employees to look for employment elsewhere and gain strategies and tactics to build into your own HR system to strengthen your retention efforts.


“Got a minute?” It’s one of those phrases a manager hates to hear, because you know what’s coming next: One of your top people has taken a new position elsewhere.

  • Your brain instantly goes into crisis mode: 
  • How will you replace this person? 
  • How will handle their duties in the meantime? 
  • Are other people thinking about leaving? 
  • How did you not see this coming?


Wouldn’t it be great if you had done something before you started to lose your top performers! The good news is there are things you can do right now to make sure you’re doing everything possible to retain your top performers, like strengthening your organizational culture, improving communication, and redesigning feedback processes.

By putting smart, effective retention strategies in place now, you will increase overall ROI and save your company a lot of time and frustration in the future.

Use this on-demand webinar with Carla Fernandez de Castro, a senior organization development consultant with The Silverene Group, who will help you understand what’s inside the minds of today’s employees so you’ll have a better sense of what makes them happy—and what keeps them around. Plus, you’ll gain insights into what causes them to start looking for employment elsewhere. And, most importantly, she’ll share strategies and tactics that you can build into your own HR system that will help you build stronger retention strategies, and therefore, a stronger operation.

You’ll learn:

  • The best employee retention strategies of today—and what’s not working and why
  • What an effective employee retention program looks like
  • Successful onboarding tips that underscore why retention starts at day 1
  • Strategies for maintaining open lines of communication
  • The role formalized mentorship programs can play in retention
  • How to create effective recognition and rewards systems
  • The role of culture in retention—and how to accurately assess what yours looks like
  • Why proactive training and development opportunities are key to strong retention, and what you can do about it
  • What employees really want when they talk about work-life balance
  • How to retain employees in times of conflict or change
  • What you can do even if you don’t have huge budgets to address compensation concerns
  • Why people stay in an organization – and how you make sure you foster a team environment
  • How to communicate with employees when a key player decides to leave so that you quell any other potential departures
  • And much more!


About Your Presenter

Carla Fernandez de Castro Senior Consultant  The Silverene GroupCarla Fernandez de Castro 
Senior Consultant
The Silverene Group

As a senior consultant in organization development at The Silverene Group Carla Fernandez de Castro helps clients improve their organizational effectiveness and talent programs. She is involved with conducting focus groups, researching and developing programs and facilitating workshops, and works as a communications strategist. Previously, she spearheaded the start-up of a new corporate learning department used to identify high-potential opportunities for systems growth and impact. Ms. De Castro also led the design, development and delivery of a new corporate onboarding and professional development program for a US-government contractor. In this role, she facilitated the strategic promotion of an internal learning management system to a global team across three continents. Ms. De Castro holds a Graduate Certificate in organizational development and leadership from American University; an MS in international development and conflict studies from the University of Manchester; and, a BA in business management from Loyola University New Orleans. She is multi-lingual in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese and lives in Washington, D.C.

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