She was on the fast-track to success at the company; she was a distinguished graduate from the Leadership Development Program, excelled in every part of her job, and was always willing to become involved in any project that would help the business. Clearly she was a high-potential employee who wanted to be an asset to the organization for years to come. But in her words, the company made it clear it didn’t want her, so it was time for her to move on.
Did they empower her?
Fresh out of college, this was her first real job and she showed up with a great attitude and an eagerness to produce results. She was ready, willing, and able to bring value to the company, and knew exactly how to do it. Unfortunately, ...