I was taught an important lesson last week; to read the warning signs
The warning sign said, “Remote control not detected”. I ignored it, thinking it’s in my pocket. I assumed the car would not run without the remote being present. I was wrong! It was only when I reached my destination I realised I had dropped my keys before leaving. No keys meant no way to restart the car!
I was stranded.
How often do we or any of our managers ignore the warning signs, only to allow the situation to become worse?
When it comes to managing performance, I believe this happens all the often. Partly because we think we know best, but sometimes for fear of getting it wrong, or simply lack of skills and knowing what to do.
If this sounds like you, or any of your managers, join me on my Managing Performance Masterclass on 16th February.
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