5 ways to make a fresh start with a team

05/14/2010 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Workforce

When you begin supervising team members who might have a troubled reputation, it's best to let all employees know the focus will be on performance -- not petty gossip or past issues, Martha Finney writes. "Helping save great talent that just needed a chance with a new leader could be the most valuable service you perform for your company," she writes.

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