By George Bradt – Employees perform at different levels, when on different teams, in different situations with different people.
Why then do so few leaders spend so little time looking for synergies on their teams and so much time looking at individual performance?
In a hypothetical example, one manager is particularly strong at managing details, one at operations, and one is particularly strong at encouraging creativity. Unfortunately, the guy with the operating strength is managing the group that needs to be creative; the more creative guy is managing a group that needed to pay attention to details; and the detail-oriented manager is trying manage a complex operation. Moving each to the right role frees everyone up to perform better. more> http://tinyurl.com/8hy958l
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