We often talk about unleashing the performance of an individual through development, but the first step in equipping people is to diagnose the cause of underperformance.
Underperformance is not an overnight phenomenon. Something contributes to the gradual decline of the employee’s engagement or performance at work. Unfortunately, many managers immediately attribute it to the lack of competency.
Some contributing factors you need to look into include:
Director of Learning and Growth at Leaderonomics, Sashe Kanapathi looks at some macro causes of underperformance and what that means to you and the organisation.
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