There are two general reasons to consider firing someone. Only one of them is "job performance." The other is tearing down the team.

We're often asked what to do about a direct who is a "top performer," but also, "very hard to manage." "What they do is super important, we can't do without them. AND, they're a constant pain the neck, aren't respectful of others, sometimes even rude. And, disdainful of the idea that they ought to try to get along with others.

This Cast Answers These Questions

  • What do I do with a top performer who is too hard to work with?
  • Is it okay for a direct to be difficult as long as he gets his job done?
  • How do I talk to someone who is not a team player?

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