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Solving Employee Performance Problems: How to Spot Problems Early, Take Appropriate Action, and Bring Out the Best in Everyone by Anne Bruce

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Chapter 5How Leaders Can Be Proactive (and Not Reactive) with Performance: Make a Plan and Follow It

How do leaders spend their time? Leaders who take the time to make a plan and implement that plan are typically very successful. They have a clear view of the work that needs to be done and who is and will be doing it. These leaders are also better positioned to adapt to unexpected issues and additional work. They operate in a proactive mode. Other leaders complain that they do not have enough time to be proactive. They do not take the time to make and implement a plan and often spend a significant amount of time in reaction mode. They are pulled in several directions while reacting to each situation as it comes up. They tend to spend a lot of ...

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