Focus on your employees' strengths to boost your business

You can help to make your organization more effective by determining what tasks your employees are best at, Tom Searcy writes. "Reallocate activities to allow people, as much as possible, to own the activities for which they are top performers," he advises. Also, try to reduce the amount of time your employees spend on tasks at which they are not proficient.

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