By Susan Archibeque, CCE, Nicholas & Co.
As managers we sometimes hold onto team members believing we can rehabilitate them. You tell yourself that they can do the job and you have invested a lot of time and energy in developing their knowledge and ability, but there comes a time that you need to let them go!
How many of you have finally terminated a team member and gotten a response from the rest of you team like, “what took you so long?” Then you find out how much damage they have really done over the years.
Today it is more important than ever that we have team members that not only can do the job, but positively influence the rest of the team. We need team members that are accountable for their own actions, believers and innovators, that strive to learn and grow with the company. Read more