Stop making excuses for cowardly leadership

03/13/2011 |

Too many bosses are happier making excuses than confronting problem workers, writes Leigh Steere. If you find yourself avoiding tough conversations for fear of being seen as a bully, losing a key worker or sparking an employee revolt, Steere writes, it's time to stop stalling and take action. "If your customers, project quality, team productivity or morale are suffering, is there any valid excuse for failing to intervene in a timely manner?," she writes.

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