Ignore Jack Welch. His was a non-collaborative authoritarian management style that does not work well in the current non-industrial, ideas can walk world.
>>how we should try imparting our vision to star team player, so they work unconditionally and be more proactive in taking the organization forward.<<
From your post its not clear that
ItSOUNDS like you want them to workharder and more broadly than they currently are. This speaks tome that perhaps
If what you really want is for them to work a 70hr work weekrather than just do the job you hired them for - then ignore the aboveand tell them thats' what youwant and see if they quit
Thanks a lot for sharing your views. Please accept my apology for a delayed reply as I am new to the system and didn’t noticed email notification that my thread got replies. I will now reply separately to all of you in my subsequent messages. Thanks again. Vikram
Your idea of phone interview sounds great. Can you relate it in a more real scenario or kind of case study, If that does not violates any privacy? I do agree with you with respect to their pay. If they cannot foresee their future through your lenses, it’s better to give those lenses to someone else. Thanks
Thanks for sharing your thoughts. So in nutshell your point is to care about them as much as we can, however in the past, I have seen that the only thing 'highly talented people' care about is what they get at the end of the day. Do you agree? May be it has to do something at what stage of their professional career they are in? Thanks