“Life consists not in holding good cards but in playing those you hold well.”
American Humorist (1818 – 1885)
Executives, managers, and supervisors assuming a new role inherit with it the employees of their predecessors. And whether super stars, solid performers, or those needing special attention, each individual possesses unique knowledge and skills, proficiencies and development needs. Good managers organize their workforce and assign tasks to combine individual strengths and weaknesses in a way that maximizes the group’s performance output and personnel growth.