Do you think that your biggest problem with keeping good staff is that you are never wrong? Always being right can be a huge obstacle to leaders and one that employees would rather not deal with.
Employees do not enjoy feeling like they are always wrong, so they leave or actively look for something better. Most employees like to be given the opportunity to try out their ideas, even at the risk of failing.
Learning from failure is more desirable to employees than not being able to be heard. Being allowed to make mistakes is seen as being less threatening than trying to match a perceived standard of perfection.
If you want to keep your staff, you have to practice sending the message that you are not perfect. I can help. Contact me right now!