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Managing the "invisibles" / by David Zweig

By: Zweig, David.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 92 (5), May 2014.Description: 96-103, 8 pages.Subject(s): Human resources management | Leadership | EmployeesOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Discusses high achievers who maintain their anonymity. Identifies three traits these 'invisible people' share, being ambivalence toward recognition, meticulousness, and savouring responsibility. Advises these achievers be rewarded fairly and to ensure their work is interesting as they are of significant benefit to an organisation.
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Discusses high achievers who maintain their anonymity. Identifies three traits these 'invisible people' share, being ambivalence toward recognition, meticulousness, and savouring responsibility. Advises these achievers be rewarded fairly and to ensure their work is interesting as they are of significant benefit to an organisation.

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