Crucial in the process of career support of the team members is to understand the person’s strengths and weakness and be able to have an honest and open conversation around it. Sometimes this process you realize that the only way forward is to go separate ways.
When you have reached that point as manager, you have one task and one task only and that is to make sure that the person leaves you and your company with a good feeling about him/herself and also the company if possible, but that is secondary.
How do I make a person feel good about being fired?
Taking a very pragmatic approach when I fired our food and beverage manager who had been with us for less than a year.
Read the full story and more about recruitment, onboarding, career supporting and firing in my book, when it comes out later this year.
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My passions are managing and improving the results of hotels through employee centered processes. My motto: "Put your employees first and the rest will follow. Don't just say it - show it through the actions that you take".