Remaining Motivated when Direct Reports are Performing Poorly

During a recent leadership roundtable, I was facilitating a group dialogue for research with a group of middle-level leaders who all had a minimum of 10 years’ management experience.  During the session, I explored some of the current challenges and opportunities they are facing as part of the process to build the Business Leadership learning, skills, and tools they need to be more effective.

During the discussion, one of the of the leaders shared an interesting statement and question that we explored for more than an hour.  The highlights and key learnings are summarized in this blog.

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