Student & Staff Retention Guide
Monthly Ideas for Increasing Retention Among Both Staff and Parents!
The secret to maintaining a culture of excellence and retaining staff and students is simple when you break it down: Happy Staff = Happy Customers = More Enrollments!
When you have a positive staff culture in place, your team feels cared for, empowered, and excited. In order to drive your mission and business forward, your staff must be diligently trying to provide the best possible care for children and provide an excellent customer experience for parents.
The Student and Staff Retention Guide includes monthly ideas for increasing retention among both staff and parents. This short, easy-to-use, practical guide will gain a prized place on your desk as you refer back to it month after month for fun, out-of-the-box ideas.
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What People Are Saying About Working With Kris Murray
Julie Roy owns 9 schools in the Omaha, Nebraska area. She is in fast growth mode and is on a mission to impact 1,000 children every day. Julie shares now NOT to get stuck in the day to day of your business, and how to accomplish more through delegation and outsourcing.
Hemang & Janaki have 2 locations in Maryland. They went from the stress of struggling to find staff, to sleeping soundly because they are now using best practices in hiring. Both have had massive improvements in their mindsets and are now living their best lives
Kari learned about us through our Enrollment Boot Camp Program, but needed more help and support to run her business. She went from 34 kids enrolled to 135 kids, and from losing $8K/week to more than tripling her revenue after joining the Child Care Success Academy™.
Jake & Leann attended their first Summit in 2017, with only 20 children enrolled at their school and struggling to pay their bills. That year they made the leap and joined the Academy, and today their school is at full capacity, they have the money to go on vacation, and are opening a second location.
When Jamarrion joined the Academy, she had financial success but was lacking leadership skills, leading to high staff turnover. It wasn’t until she took the Leadership Mastery Course that she realized she needed to work on herself as a leader and has since seen a tremendous positive shift in her staff and culture as a result.
With a unique business model that caters to children with special medical needs, Judy went into the business with a big heart but quickly found herself on the verge of bankruptcy, with only 11 kids enrolled out of a capacity of 60. Within eight months of implementing the business best practices that she learned in the Academy, her enrollment soared to 44 kids.