One of the management tips for today described how “Even high performers need feedback.” The post went on to describe the importance of sharing feedback with your high performers in a way that sounded so soft. If your high performers no longer feel they’re getting the “feedback” or inputs they need to go next level - they will leave. It really is that simple. If they don’t, they’re not really high performers after all. High performers don’t sit around and wait for good feedback. Whether it’s formal, informal, explicit, or implicit, they need those inputs that feel like a shove to the next level. They’re with your company because they thought they could get that shove. Give it to them.