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The Highly Committed, Over Committed Employee - Likeable But Not Capable

My Experience - Managers Have Big Hearts Managers are a compassionate breed.  They tend to want to exhaust all avenues before deciding to remove an employee from a role that s/he is not performing to standard.  They try training, they try coaching, they try pleading, etc.  The idea that anyone can do anything if they want [...] SHARETHIS.addEntry( { itle: "The Highly Committed, Over Committed Employee - Likeable But Not Capable", url: "http://www.
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Give Employees Freedom, Within Limits

Business & Finance : The Curious Capitalist (2 years ago)

All managers need to decide how much latitude to give their employees. On one hand, micromanagement is demeaning and frustrating to capable employees. On the other, your job as a supervisor is to give your direct reports the support... Read Post

Companies With Happy Employees Have Stocks That Beat The Market

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock (3 days ago)

A new study shows that companies with high levels of employee satisfaction tend to outperform the market. The study by Alex Edmans of Wharton Business School, Chendi Zhang of Warwick Business School, and PhD. student Lucius Li of Wa... Read Post

An Employee Best Fit Model - The Capability Assessment Triangle

Career & Jobs / Management : Mission Minded Management (4 years ago)

Best Fit Model - PeopleFit’s Capability Assessment Triangle How do managers go about finding the best fit between employee and role?  Most look at resumes and use behavioral based interviewing, but these items only get at what someo... Read Post


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