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What To Do When Your Team Is Not Performing

Teams have huge potential. Unfortunately there is a huge gulf between potential and performance. Imagine you are one of the best performing leaders and managers in your organisation and you are brought in to lead or manage a team that is not performing. How are you going to respond? One option might be to read […]

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Why Leaders and Managers Don’t Respond To Performance Issues

If you are in any type of leadership or management role, the chances are that sooner or later you will have to deal with some sort of performance issue. These performance issues can show up in a whole host of different ways.

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Leading and Managing: 8 Questions to Ask When Encountering Poor Performance

As a leader or manager, chances are that for the vast majority of time your people will consistently deliver great performance.  From time to time you are likely to encounter some who are not performing as expected.  So what questions should you be asking in these instances?   Does the employee have the personal ability? […]

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Management: Dealing with poor performance

If you are a manager or aspiring manager, sooner or later you will be faced with a member of staff who is not performing.  Here my 10 tips for dealing with this situation effectively and compassionately: 1. Review the individuals objectives and make sure they are clear 2. Identify where performance is falling short 3. Get specific examples […]

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