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Coaching Corporate MVPs: Challenging and Developing High-Potential Employees by Margaret Butteriss

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CHAPTER 1
MVPs and the Talent Crunch
 
 
 
Sports teams are not alone in having their most valuable performers (MVPs). In any organization, about 5 to 10 percent of people in the workforce deliver extraordinary value to the organization - in many cases, two to three times more value than their less gifted colleagues. The MVPs are the people who constantly seek to improve their own performance and that of the organization, who aren’t afraid to challenge existing ways of thinking and acting, and who live by the values of the organization and do all they can to achieve its vision. Since their own high performance is never achieved at the expense of their colleagues, they serve as role models for other people, both inside the organization and out. ...

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