Every good employee starts a new job with enthusiasm. But what happens when performers lose their motivation and begin underperforming? It’s management’s job to get employees back on track when their performance starts to languish, but even the most talented manager can’t do that until he or she knows what the source of the problem is.
That's why I created my newest audio program,
Why Performers Underperform
and What to Do About It
I have identified the most common reasons performers don’t live up to their abilities, and divide the reasons into three categories: personal problems the employee is facing, company policies or changes, or management.
In this audio program, I'll teach you how to pin down the exact cause, how to fix the problem, how far managers should go in trying to fix the problem, the best way to motivate employees when the problem can’t be fixed, and when you should just “pull the plug”.
After listening to this audio program, you will be able to:
Keep employees motivated when they’re underpaid or haven’t had a raise in years
Motivate employees who are discouraged by across-the-board pay raises
Realign job responsibilities for employees who have been promoted beyond their skill level (the “Peter Principle”)
Reinvigorate long-term employees who have gotten too comfortable and are coasting, or new employees who are just plain bored with their job duties
Spot when poor management practices such as nitpicking, being inconsistent, or allowing bad apples to get away with too much are causing the problem
Plus much more!
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To Your Success,