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Working with people can be one of the most challenging parts of being a boss. Somewhere along the way, you’re going to come to a point where managing your staff becomes a separate business altogether. The worst part is, the longer you remain as a business, the more likely are you to have to sort out and even cut the underperformers.
How do you do that with the best interest of everyone involved?
Today, Don and Ryan discuss what it means to handle a team that just isn’t performing as expected. They describe their personal experience in having to let go of people and how they did it. They share some of the reasons why you should and shouldn’t let go of an underperforming employee. They also explain the importance of using objective data when it comes to big decisions like removing staff.
“What got us to a certain point isn't going to get us to another level.” - Ryan Scialabba
This Week on FlipTalk’s Rookie PlayBook:
- Handling a situation when your team isn't working out.
- The different types of people who join your organization.
- Developing people who aren't a good fit in your company.
- Their experience in dealing with people that don't do their part.
- Applying the idea of "slow to hire and quick to fire."
- How a large organization can avoid a "slow death" through proper staff management and evaluations.
- The power of data and how it influences your business decisions.
- What it means to hire for where you want to be.
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