High performers are very pro-active and very agile people. Even if they sleep for a couple of hours, they seem to be very active. They are least bothered about external circumstances.
However, they always look out for more challenges and go on to find new jobs if the present job does not offer challenges.
This is easier said than done, as there are several jobs that become challenging over a period of time only, when the scope of the job and the specific role expands, for example, a new product is launched or a new geographical location becomes a new market.
In industrial organizations such jobs are quite rare.
How does one motivate such people? Do such people require senior managerial personnel who can mentor them and guide them?
I would like to hear from readers examples of how such high achievers were motivated and made to stay on in the same organization.
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G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
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