I came across this article today and it prompting some thinking about performance management and how underperformance is managed in the most effective way.
Organisations can call it different things but it's still the same thing in any organisation. When people don't perform as expected - what do you do?
The article asks seven workplace experts what their top tip is for managing underperformance displayed in this rather nice image packed with great tips and some common themes.
What do you think, do these tips ring true with you?
How do you manage under performance?
What top tips can you share?