“I am not an idiot. I have to be satisfied that you are telling (us) the truth.”
Justice Peter CharletonRead More
A lack of belief in the feasibility of achieving happiness at work could lead to us giving up on happiness as a goal in life in general and settling for an impoverished life.Read More
“Treat people as they are and they will remain as they are.
Treat people as they can and should be,
and they will become as they can and should be.”
Various storms, and in particular Storm Emma, along with Red Weather Warnings certainly dominated our lives during the first quarter of 2018.Read More
The Good News is… you have choices in how to address the situation of an unsatisfactory performance!Read More
Did you check which category the unsatisfactory performer in your team/area might belong to?
So, let’s take a closer look now.
You might remember that last week we looked at the choices a manager has in how s/he deals with a case of unsatisfactory performance and we suggested three.Read More
Serious and important as it is to address situations like this, the effort or pain involved in doing so prevents us from doing what we should do.Read More
This month we want to open up the dialogue of how this challenge is affecting the broader Organisation and not just the few “poor” performers.Read More