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COACHING TIPS

Sometimes, intentionally or unintentionally, all leaders rank order employees. Some organizations even give salary increases based on some type of ranking system. Ranking may cause problems for the leader. For example, the leader may consciously or unconsciously send negative messages to the people on the bottom of the ranking. These messages may inadvertently cause people to believe they are not important or valued to the organization. This can spiral into additional performance problems.

The caution for the leader is to recognize that he values employees differently, but the leader must employ self-restraint to be sure that he is not giving messages that counter productivity.


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