I hate to break it to you, but leadership is quite often about dealing with the poor performers on your team. When taking on your management role, it’s easy to think you’ll simply get promoted, staff your team correctly, give them good resources and instructions, and—like magic—exceptional performance will result. Well, not really. A surprising amount of your time will be spent dealing with underperformers on your team, as the quality performers usually require very little attention.
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We’re really proud that lynda.com got this great review in PCWorld’s “The Cost Cutter” business blog.
“The nominal amount you’ll spend there could pay you back in improved productivity, as your workers become proficient at all of their applications,” says the review.
“If you or your employees are just muddling through Office, QuickBooks, Filemaker, Photoshop, or any other application, you’re wasting potential productivity. Invest just a few hours, learning your applications with video tutorials, and your business could get a boost in its efficiency.”