If you’re planning to rise up the career ladder, or already have, then inevitably you’ll end up managing people. Whether it’s a small team, a section of a business or maybe an entire firm, you’ll be forced to consider more than just your own performance as a result of your newfound position.
Sometimes, for the employees that aren’t up to scratch, you’ll have to consider how to manage them out of the business – which can spark difficult conversations and a potential HR minefield that has to be managed sensitively, constructively and professionally.
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