Your team should include employees who have a variety of strengths and weaknesses, writes Suzanne Vickberg of The Deloitte Greenhouse Experience. "So instead of expecting your new team member to do things the way you do them, maybe you'd go above and beyond to support that person in doing what they do best," she writes.
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