What poisonous "top talent" says about your company

07/12/2010 | Great Leadership

An employee should not be considered a "high performer" if their great results are tempered with such problems as refusing to collaborate or poor ethics, Dan McCarthy writes. Such employees will cause leaders big problems down the line if not dealt with immediately, he writes.

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