When Jack Welch ran GE, one of the rules he introduced was to trim the deadwood from his organization by systematically and consistently firing the bottom 20 percent of GE performers every year. That was Jack’s way of saying I want a team composed of the best and the brightest, and I am willing to take what some view as ruthless and unpopular action to achieve it.
Similarly,but on a much more modest scale, when the small group of Microsoft founders told Bill, “We have 12 great people now but the time has come to recruit the next 12,”… Read the full article >
I have seen it so many times when coaching executives and their teams. There is one person, the best performer on the team, who is left alone. They are creating results, but in spite of the leader. They often feel undervalued and over burdened.
I wondered if there was a better way so As
I asked several Olympians and top Elite Athletes
“What’s the one most important thing your coach does to help you excel?”
And I also… Read the full article >