Performance ranking kills initiative
Or not? Is there a deeper sense? A conviction that disapointment is on the horizon?
Science increasingly proves that performance rankings of employees kills their willingness to take initiative, their willingness to display entrepreneurial performance. It does not bring out the best in humans!
The conclusion is clear: DON’T rank performance. DO show a frequent genuine interest in what your co-worker drives. Why does he or she work at your company? What is he or she going to contribute next period? What is the learning objective (and growth objective)? What are the minimal requirements to achieve this, regarding coaching, mentoring, training, educating, experiencing?
With this approach you loose side of small increments and really start to grow together!
Businesses don’t fail – products don’t fail – projects don’t fail – leaders fail. By Mike Myatt - Forbes I have little use for leaders who can effortlessly call upon the right clichés and buzzwords in conversation, but fail to put into practice what they so frequently...