Is someone on your team underperforming?
They may not be using their innate strengths and talents in their job.
Recently, several managers told me they moved someone who wasn't doing well into a different role and the person's performance took a 180 degree turn!
Look, you've invested a lot of time, money, and resources into training each of your staff members. Is there a role that is better suited to the underperformer on your team or elsewhere in the organization?
The employees that you help develop and align to the right roles will be invested in you and your company. That equals retention.
What step will you take to assess whether an underperformer is in the right job?