Why managers shouldn't forget to praise high performers

07/20/2010 | Great Leadership

Managers often neglect to praise their high performers, sometimes taking their hard work for granted, writes Dan McCarthy. In periods of layoffs and change, managers should pay special attention to retaining high performers, realizing that sometimes they have high expectations of themselves and can be more insecure about their job status than lower performers.

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