You’ve invested a lot in attracting your A-Player employees. You’re building a team of rock stars. Every time you hire, you’re hiring up, replacing C and D-Players with A-Players with the intention of getting 9-12 times the productivity from those A- Players. But, are you really getting the best from you’re A-Player employees?
Dr James Cummings
A couple of nights ago my wife, myself, and a small group of her co-workers went out to dinner. As inevitably happens, the discussion went from “how about this weather?” to “can you believe what’s going on at work?” Since I was the only person present NOT working for the same employer, I sat quietly and listened. A person can learn a lot about a business by listening to the employees. Continue reading