Success Profiles Radio 03/04/19 show

Bob Dusin and Sue Bingham were this week's guests on Success Profiles Radio. They are the authors of the book, "Creating the High Performance Work Place: It's Not Complicated To Develop A Culture Of Commitment." We discussed many foundational ideas from their book, including the difference between a leader and a manager, why people micromanage their employees, and why some companies hang on to people they should fire for too long.

We also talked about the difference between treating people the same versus treating them fairly, the 5% principle and how people in this category negatively impact an organization, personality assessments, and the 8 steps to unlocking high performance.

In addition, we discussed when to promote people to higher positions and when we shouldn't promote, hiring for character first, willingness to take risks, and creating other leaders. We discussed so much more on the show. You can subscribe to Success Profiles Radio on iTunes for free. You can also listen to any episode at https://toginet.com/shows/successprofilesradio

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