Deciding to Let Someone Go

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The responsibility of letting someone go can be one of the most difficult and emotional events a leader can ever go through.  I’m a little hesitant even writing about it because it brings up so many negative feelings.  But this being so difficult for so many leaders is the very reason I feel obligated to cover it adequately.

 

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4 thoughts on “Deciding to Let Someone Go

  1. witzshared says:

    It is one of the hardest things to do and I agree that there are times it must be done, but I still will never get over having to do layoffs of staff due to upper managements incompetence and poor performance especially when they get to land with a golden parachute.

  2. kcg1974 says:

    The hardest thing you’ll ever do. A privilege too.

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