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How to confront a performance problem
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 From the HBR blog Dan McCarthy shares his thoughts on the enduring challenge faced by managers of having to deal with employee performance. In particular, the reality of the manager unwilling or unable to deal with employee performance problems. In the life cycle of management development, we tend to view this as "supervision 101."  McCarthy provides a methodology he learned when he first started training new supervisors, which he claims is as effective now as it was back then. Read more

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