I once worked for a company who was loyal to their people. You had to steal something to be asked to leave. The problem was the number of people who didn’t want to be a part of the team. Several people would complain, saying, just let me sit in my cubicle and do my job. I’ve seen where leaders put a lot of effort into getting these people to be a team player.

Trying to get people on board is a good starting point. At some point, you might want to ask if your team is a good fit for them. If it’s not a good fit, what if you helped the person find something that’s a better fit? Everyone would be happier, and productivity would be better. It’s a win-win scenario.

Being loyal to your people is a good thing, as long as you’re a good fit for them.

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