How to help poor employees get better

07/30/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

To bring an underperforming employee up to speed, make sure the employee fully understands how his performance is affecting the team and his career, and then solicit ideas for improvement, Lee Colan writes. Recognize when the employee improves, and demonstrate your appreciation "for who they are, not just what they are doing," he writes.

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