Don’t wait until top performers hand in their resignation to realize they may have leaving on their minds. Even if they continue to do their jobs adequately, there are some subtle signs of dissatisfaction, restlessness, and disengagement. These include: taking more private phone calls during work hours, a declining work ethic (doing the bare minimum, or not going the extra mile when the employee has always done so before), lack of socialization or interaction with colleagues, and more activity on social media (such as an updated LinkedIn profile). If you notice any of these signs early enough, you may be able to retain the employee by presenting new challenges, recognizing their value and contributions, and/or offering continuing education or new training opportunities. Read the full article.