Removing Under-performers (and Navigating the Implications)
All programs have under-performers at some point. Sometimes no matter how much effort is invested in helping an associate succeed, it becomes clear that things just aren’t going to work out. But removing someone from your program is a delicate business. Will participant morale suffer? Will managers’ faith in the program erode? Will the program’s recruiting brand suffer? Without careful attention to these issues – and more – an under-performer’s negative impact can be magnified beyond his or her poor performance.
Attend the Fall LDP Workshop on December 12th and 13th for a two-day deep-dive into removing under-performers strategically, gracefully and with a minimum of disruption. Mary Schneider - professional facilitator for Wronski Associates, former GE program manager, and highly-rated LDP Summit speaker - will lead this intensive session which will include content delivery and interactive group work. Leave the workshop with a framework to guide your removal process that is true to your standards, consistent with your culture and effective.
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