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“Good performance is not just about getting the best results. How people behave within an organisation also plays an important role. On occasions, bad or damaging behaviour can be overlooked if the individual is high-performing.
“If all employees are genuinely regarded as talent, then staff will see that high performance really is something for everyone and not the preserve of the privileged few. With such a message at their heart, organisations might hope to create a performance culture that will help them survive and grow into a successful future,” said Barney Ely, Director at Hays Human Resources.
His comments were published in the latest Hays Journal which looked at nurturing top talent while also targeting the rest of the employee population.