Adam and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Communication

I once had an employee (we’ll call him Adam) and Adam was a “slacker”.  He was downright lazy, never completed things on time, always goofing around on the job, and never worked on stuff we wanted him to work on.  Despite this, Adam was brilliant.  In brainstorming sessions, group work, or just in talking to him, you could tell he was smart and knew his stuff.  So why the laziness?  I convinced the manager to not just kick Adam to the curb, but to sit down and have a session with Adam… To Continue Reading Click Here.

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