Have you ever had a great employee…but they just weren’t meeting expectations? Do you realize how paralyzing this can be to the entire organization? The following article does a great job of summarizing this exact scenario. Sometimes having that challenging conversation is exactly what the company needs to move forward.
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Confronting an Inefficient Team Member
It’s a good rule of thumb that when a member of your team needs to leave, you’re going to experience 36 hours of pain. The only question is when.
Get It, Want It, Capacity to Do It (GWC)
I recently watched a leadership team I have been working with for a year and a half go through that with a team member we’ll call Bill. Bill isn’t a bad guy. In fact, he’s a great guy. But he didn’t GWC™️ his seat on the leadership team. He might have been a fit for a seat one or two levels down, but the company didn’t have that seat.