Dick Grote

The mistake organizations frequently make is to use training and development as a damage control strategy to shore up the weaknesses of those who are not doing well. That is a mistake. It’s a bad use of corporate assets. Training and development need to be directed towards the best performers, i.e. to polish diamonds not polish coal.

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