In the year 2021, my startup company's small sales organization has lost 6+ early stage members (including the co-founder who led sales). I am also one of these "early stage members" myself. We are on pace to egregiously miss our company number this year, and I don't have much confidence in our direction as a company for future years. When I joined, this was a company that I would run through a wall for, while promoting the culture in the meantime. Now, it is a shell of itself. I am now the most tenured member of the sales team, and the others that are close in tenure, I don't particularly like much, are self interested, and do not care about the company's trajectory. While I am a top performer and I'd like to see this through until my 4 year vesting period is over (I'm at 3 years), why stick around now? Can this be fixed?
Concerned Sales Guy