Download now Free registration required
The goal of most organizations is to select and retain talented employees who can build and sustain corporate success. Highly talented employees often have to compete with noise, interference, resistance, cross talk, and a number of other disturbing issues in order to get through a workday. When the leader fails to discipline or remove the nocuous employee who is the source of the noise, an achievement-oriented employee is distracted. This paper focuses on the factors that drive the behavior of a leader who is unwilling to deal with toxic employees. Additionally, this paper provides insight that may lead to furthering the understanding of characteristics that lead to quality decision-making, less second-guessing once a decision is made, and resultant increased action by leaders.
- Format: PDF
- Size: 122.1 KB