6 | Kendra | When is it Time to Exit Someone


On today’s show, we field different questions from our listeners on a wide range of topics like culture, conflict, and communication. Kendra Lane, an eThree client with the same passion for people, joins us today to act as host.  

Here are just some of the questions we’ll tackle on today’s episode: 


How do you know it’s time to fire an employee?

This is a common issue that most organizations will grapple with at one time or another. You’ll learn the two red flags that indicate you need to let go of an employee. We also reveal how you can give negative feedback in an engaging manner, allowing you to take course-corrective action early on if required.


How can you build a coaching culture in an organization?

How can you foster a progressive coaching culture within your organization while equipping your employees with the necessary tools that they need to succeed?


How can I get my new leadership team to gel and perform quickly?

If you’re struggling to onboard your new leadership team, or struggling to resolve organizational fit issues that are stalling progress, this segment is for you. Jess shares her experience and wisdom on conflict management, communication, and organizational change. You’ll learn how you can galvanize your team to have productive disagreements, fast-tracking your organization’s growth.




What You Will Learn In This Show:


  • The two primary causes for employee non-performance.


  • How to deal with job-fit and organizational-fit issues.


  • How to provide negative feedback in an engaging manner.


  • Methods for creating a shared understanding within your organization.


  • And so much more…




“If it is an organizational fit issue, you will have ongoing tension with that individual.”


“In our attempt to have conversation feel better, we fudge around the message, and the person walks away with a mixed understanding about where they are at.”


“Do I know what the change looks like? Am I motivated to do it? And do I have the skills to do it?”


“Training is great for learning skills in a short period of time. But it does not ensure that I go back and do it.”


“Teams need structure to function.”


“We need to find ways to foster the group coming together.”


“Very often, teams that are really effective are very good at pointing a finger on the table. Teams that aren’t effective do want to do that and don’t want to offend each other.”