15 Mistakes That Have Already Been Made for You
Being afraid to fire someone. If someone is not succeeding in his position, he is hurting the cause you represent and likely demoralizing other employees. Your organization deserves top-performing employees. If someone isn’t cutting it, even after you’ve worked to help her improve, let her go. It will allow you to hire someone better and the exiting employee to find a position where she’ll contribute more and be more highly valued.
There may only be seven deadly sins, but there are myriad marketing missteps. If you have others to add, we’d love to hear from you!