In their bestseller First, Break All the Rules, Curt Coffman and Marcus Buckingham say that employees leave managers, not companies. Most companies make the mistake of believing that a managerial role is the only possible career progression path for a high-performer. Sometimes, they expect members with excellent technical but limited people management skills to be great people managers and this doesn’t prove beneficial for the organization and the individual. Breaking the trend, Forbes Marshall has set itself apart from its peers by adopting the Technical Track practice. Through this practice, the organization supports the career progression of subject-matter experts who are not prepared to take up managerial positions yet and allows them to continue as individual contributors. Hear Viswanathan Anand, former world chess champion & Indian chess grandmaster speak on managing self for peak performance at Great Place to Work® Conference 2018, register here.