Falling stars

Keagy, Jacki
February 1999
Executive Excellence;Feb99, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p11
Presents a guideline for managers on how to groom and re-energize top employees. Need to acknowledge the change in performance; Need to look into the causes of the performance problem; Ideas on how to sustain the performance of a top employee.


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