When Performance is a Priority… but not their priority!

When Performance is a Priority… but not their priority!

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  • Ron Katz

    Monica, you are so right about focusing your managerial efforts on the people who are actually getting the work done! Most managers think their job is to play “gotcha” and catch the employees who are missing the mark. This does little to further the work of the organization. Managers shouldn’t ignore their staff with productivity issues yet they need to spend more of their time recognizing and praising the work of those who are successful. A manager’s time and attention are the greatest rewards to be given.
    Thanks for reminding us of this!
    Only the best,

  • Monica Wofford

    Ron, thanks for your comment and you are so right. Leaders (and everyone actually) are always training others how to treat us and giving time and attention to those doing is well is a great way to subtly send a message to those who might be messing up. Unfortunately, most of the time we spend more time with those not performing well sending that opposite message. Works much better in the reverse. Thanks again and I look forward to hearing more of your insights!


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