As a leader it is good to know if someone is thinking of leaving the organization. Listed below are some behaviors that may indicate someone is planning on leaving. As a leader, you can address these behaviors calmly and rationally.
They have shown less interest in working with clients than usual.
They have left early from work more frequently than they normally do.
Their work productivity has gone quite a bit recently.
They don’t seem interested in upholding the vision of the organization.
They have spoken more about not being happy with other team members.
They have been much less of a team player lately; they keep to themselves.
They have just been doing the “minimum” frequently as of late.
They have said they weren’t getting along with their co-workers recently.
They haven’t be interested in long term goals and projects.
Generally speaking, their attitude has been negative.
They have been a “low effort” “low motivation” team member lately.
Addressing these issues will be necessary as a leader whether they problem is the team member is planning on leaving or not.