On any team, the talent varies. As a leader, it's natural to focus on the superstars and those lagging behind. We don't want the most talented people to get bored or complacent, so we push ourselves to always challenge them and keep them interested. Similar for the people who are struggling; we don't them to them to feel discouraged.
Naturally, this leaves out the the people in the middle. And they're the ones who really need our attention. With just a little direction and coaching, those B players become A players and you're building that deep bench that so many businesses crave.
Why You Should Focus on Your Second-Best Employees [FC]
4 Networking Ideas for Introverts [Successful Blog]
How to Fall Back in Love with Your Job [HBR]
Stop Chasing Inbox Zero, Practice Attention Management Instead [Lifehacker]
3 Reasons You're Not Getting a Promotion [FC]
Enjoy reading this weekend!