But surely this question, whatever the super coach answered, couldn’t apply equally to the two worlds? His answer was simply this…
“You should let people go as soon as you are aware that they are no longer trying to improve.”
We should communicate to our people that there is an expectation that they are committed to both individual and organisational improvement. In addition, we need to provide opportunities and guidance so that improvement can occur.
What would it be like in your organisation if you clearly established an expectation that everyone is committed to and engaged in both personal and collective growth and development? What would happen if you backed that up with opportunities to do just that? My guess is, more success.