When you ignore a poor performer it hurts the whole team

06/21/2010 | Great Leadership

To create your own "A Team," you've got to be honest about the capabilities of each person and deal with a poor performer -- or it can torpedo the team's morale and performance, Dan McCarthy writes. "One of the worst things a leader can do is what they don't do -- that is, they don't take action on poor performers," he writes.

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