As an executive coach, I’m often called upon to help people improve their performance. Before accepting an assignment, I insist on speaking with the person I will be coaching. Why? Because I do not believe you can help people who don’t want to be helped. If you believe differently, then by all means, add a comment below.
Companies are wasting precious resources trying to help those who don’t want to be helped. Now imagine what would happen if these resources were re-directed and used for those who want to build on their strengths and take a closer look at their weaknesses. If you are thinking, “Wow! That would help my company achieve some amazing results,” then you and I are on the same page.
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Some of you may be wondering what to do with these people who aren’t interested in changing. If they are not impacting the organization and there is no business need for them to change, then I say let them be. However, if they are getting in the way of your organization achieving high levels of success, then it’s time to show them the door.