“But Paul insisted that they should not take with them the one who had departed from them in Pamphylia, and had not gone with them to the work.”
Perhaps the most difficult decision as a leader is dealing with poor performers. If not dealt with effectively, it will hurt:
· The organization’s ability to achieve its purpose
· The morale of top performers
· The leader’s own credibility
· The low performer’s self-image and potential effectiveness
So, how’s the best way to do this? The leader asks, “Should this person be trained, transferred, or terminated?” Obviously, the answer will determine appropriate course or courses of action. By far the most difficult of the tough decisions a leaders faces concern the terminating an employee, but terminating a poor performer benefits the organization and everyone in it.