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The hazards of go-to people

Paul Glen | Aug. 19, 2015
Every IT manager wants to have a star performer who can reliably be turned to in a crisis. Just don't see everything as a crisis that only the star performer can resolve.

In the end, many leave for better opportunities, or worse yet, stay and spread their discontent to others.

If you want to grow a sustainable and growing team, rely on your go-to people only when you must. There will be occasions when you need to go to your strongest person. Just make sure that everyone else feels like a part of the team and not merely like supporting players for the stars.

Source: Computerworld.

 

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