Accidental Saboteur

Studer, Quint
July 2008
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jul2008, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p8
The author describes the activities of people who are considered as saboteurs of the success of a company. He believes that saboteurs used to whine about their workloads, difficult clients and coworkers, and complaints on corporate policy. He mentions that managers must implement a structured series of high-middle-low performer conversations.


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