Great employees only: how gifted bosses hire and de-hire their way to success
After searching for the best bosses in America, Dale Dauten discovered a little-known fact about some of the country’s great managers--they often have considerable turnover in their staffs. This was surprising. After all, if you’re a great boss, you hire terrific people and create a great work environment that no one wants to leave, right? But employees were leaving, some because they were being lured away to marvelous new jobs, but others because the gifted boss was escorting them out, usually with such grace they were glad to go (a process that the author calls “de-hiring”). But ultimately everyone was better off, those who stayed or left, and especially the boss who was able to trade-in the second-rate employee for a new star, and in doing so, creates a stronger team.
(Great) Employees Only is short and to the point—a collection of quick bursts of insights that will be easily readable and entertaining. Some of the topics covered include:
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