High Performers put the organization first.

What are the 5 characteristics of high performers and why they are crucial to keep on your team? High performers do their best and their best makes a difference; they deserve for us to give our best to them. Learn how to identify your high performers, and how to retain them using the 3 techniques provided this week.

This episode addresses questions, such as:

  • How do high performing employees act?
  • How do we retain our highest performing employees?
  • What do high performers want for from their leaders?

High Performers: Who Are They? is the first episode in a series of episodes describing the performance curve and performance conversations.

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  • […] High-performing leaders know they really can do a task more quickly and effectively and it’s easy to let new employees just observe. However, the best way for employees to learn and grow their skills is to complete tasks themselves—no matter how long it may take or how many errors they might make—with coaching and support from their leader. […]

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