Why Smart Employees Under Perform-7 Hazards to Avoid
7:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m.
Dawn has over 20 years of experience that provide her with the skills necessary to consult in all facets of organizational development. Dawn has worked on projects for Fortune 500 companies to smaller independent shops and industries that are just as varied. Her clients have diverse workforces that may have only a few employees to thousands of employees in multiple states and countries.
Every CEO has been there. After an extensive and thorough search for a front-line manager, one candidate stands out.They have the right experience, solid qualifications, a relevant work history and have impressed you in the interview. They said all the right things, put forward some great ideas and generally presented very well. You hire them.
Three months later, you begin to question your decision. Your new hire’s team appears disgruntled, morale is low and productivity and revenue are suffering. After speaking with a few key team members, you realize there’s a mismatch. Their style, approach and behavior on the job are simply inconsistent with the values and expectations of your organization.
Finding the right fit for your team is more than just an impressive resume (with some creativity, ANYONE can have one) and great interview.
This briefing digs into: inadequate capability, poor job fit, fuzzy goals and accountabilities, poor relationships with managers, poor relationships with co-workers, health and wellness issues and physical/environmental factors.