Poor Performance: Is It Always the Employee’s Fault?

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Anyone who has ever managed employees has had to deal with performance issues. The natural inclination is to blame the worker for attitude, skills or inattention. But according to Karl Edwards of Bold Enterprises, it’s not so cut and dry.

“When acceptable performance becomes a problem, are we jumping too quickly to blame and punishment?,” he asks. “Could there be aspects of your corporate structure, culture, or your own leadership methods that might be setting the stage for poor performance?”

Listen to Karl as he is joined by Claudi Rempel as they discuss the problem of employees – and their bosses. Click here.

Post by Newsletter Editor David Rupert. Image credits to be found in the accompanying gallery.

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