What to do with nice, but underperforming employees

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What do you do when a team member is a great people person but is ineffective at their job? It’s a common challenge for managers – one that is difficult to deal with.

An underperforming employee hurts everyone: the person, the team, the company and your clients.

If you allow it to go on, it can damage relationships among team members and with clients. Sooner or later it will hurt your brand. Without feedback and coaching, the agreeable employee may wonder why they’re stagnating in their career even though they get along with everyone.

Instead, you must be clear

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