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Leadership

When Managing Weak Performers, Follow the 'Rule of Thirds'

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Let’s face it, not every staffer can be a star employee. Jeffrey Hayzlett, CEO of The Hayzlett Group, a strategic business consulting firm, explains this point as the ‘rule of thirds’ in his latest book Think Big Act Bigger. Says Hayzlett, one-third will get it right away, one-third will eventually get it and one-third never will.

In this short video, Hayzlett explains how to deal with the bottom-third and why being a little pigheaded and irrational regarding weak performers can help your company achieve big things in business.

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