Why you need to see past your employees' mistakes

11/20/2011 | CBS MoneyWatch

It's easy to judge employees by their mistakes or shortcomings, but you should instead try to view them as people, who, like everyone else, are fallible, Jeff Haden writes. "If you look at your employees through just one performance lens you miss the rest of them -- and you mismanage the rest of them, too," he writes.

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