This is also the reason why I would stick to TJ and not Morgan in the given

This is also the reason why i would stick to tj and

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tend to not be able to commit[ CITATION Eis05 \l 1033 ]. This is also the reason why I would stick to T.J and not Morgan in the given case. In the given case, T.J. is better at his work, but has been coasting, is capable of outstanding performance, and more importantly has been worked with me for a very long time now; and Morgan is a new employee who might never reach the level of output that T.J. can deliver. My first rationale for picking T.J. is definitely his ability to commit to the work. I also think that the case somehow implies that he is capable of better work and his not living up to his full potential. Considering the level of education and training the world has become
accustomed to, it’s not difficult to find skilled people, its very difficult to make them commit and retain them[CITATION Cur01 \l 1033 ]. Secondly, another important thing that I think a leader must be able to do is bring out the best in their followers. Everyone has their strengths and weakness but, a leader brings out the best in people[ CITATION Lad08 \l 1033 ]. Assuming, I am good at bringing out the best in both of the employees mentioned in the case, firstly the best of T.J. can outdo the best of Morgan and T.J. has already got an advantage over Morgan with his commitment to the company. Finally, I think that after this choice is made, I would have to groom one of them and both them need a lot of grooming. The engineer I picked has more potential and has been a

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