Companies always talk about having a great A team—these are the go-getters, the ones who are looking to climb the ladder as fast as possible.
Businesses invest a tremendous amount of time and money developing these people. But what about everyone else? What about your B team? Should you work to develop them?
Krisi Rossi O’Donnell, Vice President of Staffing & Recruiting at LaSalle Network, thinks you should focus on your B players and there are many reasons why. We break them down below.