When we hire a new employee, we want him to give his best to the work he’ll be doing. We want to see him excel and do a fantastic job.
Yet we often set these new hires up for failure.
Now, don’t think I’m crazy. At least not yet. Once you’re done reading this post, I think you’ll realize there’s less crazy going on than you thought.
Setting up the new employees for failure often happens unconsciously. We don’t even think about it. And that’s the problem!
We’re blinded to the faults we have and the poor leadership tactics we may be showing towards them.
I believe we need to open the eyes of our employees. Especially the new ones.
When we do, we begin to set them up for success rather than failure.