The older I get, the less patience I have for people that have what I consider to be a deadly combination….those that are incompetent, yet also have a lousy attitude.
The good news is that those types of people are fairly easy to disengage with.
But what about high performing, quota busting superstars, that are ultimately not a healthy addition to the dynamics of your team?
When someone meets & exceeds all goals that are given in a professional setting, yet continually adds negativity into your team, how should you best proceed?
The problem is negativity, a ‘toxic’ attitude, and insubordination are all extremely intangible things to define, let alone track.
Ask anyone that has managed a team for more than a few years, and they will regal you with stories of that one unique person that seemingly effortlessly blew numbers out of the water, yet sabotaged the teams goals as a whole.
Knowing that chances are high that you will be encountering this individual at some point in your career, makes planning for that eventuality all the more logical.
The first step is to accurately identify them.
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