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It’s no secret: managers play a critical role in every organization.
As the primary touchpoints for their direct reports, they’re responsible for developing, motivating, and effectively overseeing their employees. But did you know that the way employees are managed can also affect their performance?
Contrary to popular belief, performance isn’t static. Rather, it’s a fluid state that can be improved with the right type of support or plummet when that support isn’t provided. This means that low-performing employees have the potential to become high-performing employees if their managers approach their situation strategically.
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