Will DeKrey I disagree with this.
Rajesh Butta

I think we’re in agreement: managers should always strive to create meaningful growth opportunities for their stars (at the edge of the learning /challenge zone). But in 99% of orgs (outside of hypergrowth), there will always come a point of diminishing returns. You, as a manager, may tell yourself you’re giving your star opportunities to grow, but really you’re just giving them more things to do. In this post, I hoped to emphasize that there are great results for all stakeholders when managers get good at recognizing, embracing, and leveraging these moments.

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