Managing Poor Performance
The consequences of having an under-performing member of your team should never be underestimated, especially if yours is a small business.
The cost in lost productivity, wasted time and re-work together with the impact that one poor performer can have on the rest of the team will very quickly escalate out of control.
The Best Advice In 3 Easy Steps!
Poor performers need to be warned that their job will be in jeopardy unless they meet their targets within established timeframes. While the onus is on them to make the necessary improvements, the company is also expected to grant them both the opportunity and the assistance to improve.
EIPM can help
Do not allow poor performance to get out of control – all too often this will end up in a situation where you the action taken may seem to be out of proportion to the final straw that breaks your back! EIPM can help put together action plans, performance improvement plans (PIPs) or coaching plans to ensure that the correct processes are followed and the timelines and consequences are clearly established.