Employee Potential Does Not Always Equal Workplace Performance

“These high potentials have been successful,” said best-selling author and expert in workplace productivity David Maxfield in a press release. “They have strong track records that have gotten them to where they are. But often, the productivity practices they’ve used in the past aren’t up to the new challenges they face at work. As a result, tasks and priorities get misplaced, lost, or forgotten.”

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