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Why Organizations Should Focus on Both High and Low-Performing Employees

March 19, 2021 Matthew Brown, VP of Learning and Brand Success Episode 23
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Why Organizations Should Focus on Both High and Low-Performing Employees
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Why Organizations Should Focus on Both High and Low-Performing Employees
Mar 19, 2021 Episode 23
Matthew Brown, VP of Learning and Brand Success

In any business or organization, there are naturally some people who perform better than others.

How does your organization focus on or identify those high-performing employees? Do you focus solely on them, and if so, does that mean there is an imbalance in the organization?

It might seem like a no-brainer to spend more time and effort on high-performing workers. Many companies will have programs specifically in place to help elevate these people to senior positions. However, a common mistake that organizations make is putting their entire focus on high-performing workers. This means that most of the workforce is left without the support they need to succeed.

That’s what Matthew Brown talks about in this episode of The Learning Xchange podcast. Matthew (Schoox’s VP of Learning and Brand Success) shares his thoughts on supporting lower-performing staff to help them become more engaged.

Listen to this episode to find out:

  • Why focusing only on high performers could be a mistake
  • How to turn low performers into high performers
  • How to get lower-performing workers more engaged
  • What makes a high performer and ways to apply that to others

If you enjoyed this episode, please share what you love about The Learning Xchange by leaving us a rating and review!

Show Notes

In any business or organization, there are naturally some people who perform better than others.

How does your organization focus on or identify those high-performing employees? Do you focus solely on them, and if so, does that mean there is an imbalance in the organization?

It might seem like a no-brainer to spend more time and effort on high-performing workers. Many companies will have programs specifically in place to help elevate these people to senior positions. However, a common mistake that organizations make is putting their entire focus on high-performing workers. This means that most of the workforce is left without the support they need to succeed.

That’s what Matthew Brown talks about in this episode of The Learning Xchange podcast. Matthew (Schoox’s VP of Learning and Brand Success) shares his thoughts on supporting lower-performing staff to help them become more engaged.

Listen to this episode to find out:

  • Why focusing only on high performers could be a mistake
  • How to turn low performers into high performers
  • How to get lower-performing workers more engaged
  • What makes a high performer and ways to apply that to others

If you enjoyed this episode, please share what you love about The Learning Xchange by leaving us a rating and review!