Why do we Hang on to Underperformers?Blog / Produced by The High Calling
The day you start to enjoy letting an underperformer go is the day you disqualify yourself from healthy leadership. On the other hand, I believe if we ask leaders if they felt a considerable relief after letting certain underperforming employees go, I am certain they would respond in the affirmative. Clear Vision.
A video series on how Christians in different industries view their work. Hosted by Sean McDonough.
Contributors: David Rupert
Published by The High Calling, September 9, 2013.
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