How to turn underperformers into stars

The best workers tend to be good at introspection and self-evaluation, but problem workers tend to be unable to accurately describe their strengths and weaknesses, says David Dunning, a psychology professor and researcher. That makes establishing formal structures for feedback and evaluation critical, especially after initial improvements occur. "It should be an ongoing process that evolves as you change," says career coach Joel Garfinkle.

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