In isolation, I agree, but from a 30000 foot view, the knock on effects are detrimental overall to the output of a team.Mr.S wrote: ↑Sat Nov 13, 2021 9:20 pmThe result is mediocrity & it is mostly about talent of the person managing - The person making the decision is taking bad calls to hide his lack of skill. Mediocre people generally take decisions this way.I have worked with many "difficult" people & they have been completely amazing to manage & have given me a far better reward that a 95% person. Most times people take these calls to hide their inefficiencies.Zynerji wrote: ↑Wed Nov 10, 2021 3:53 amI develop people for a living. I fire these types of people immediately when I take over a business. It effects everything in a highly negative matter. Best to take a 95% person with the right attitude, as their ceiling is much higher.
The 5 fingers of a hand are different & they are managed different way - You communicate in a different way - What motivates or guides Individual A is different to Individual B.
Ofcourse with everything there is a ceiling - A ceiling for breaking discipline, a ceiling for tantrums even - The best almost always are more difficult to handle than mediocrity & their managers always know how to get the best out of them !
A shark does not fit in a piranha tank, no matter how sharp their teeth are.