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The sooner you groom successors, the faster you can advance. So identify the ideal traits you want in your top staffers. Ask yourself, “Who was the best employee I ever had, and why?” Isolate that person’s skills and talents, and determine whether your current lieutenants possess those strengths. If not, either train them to improve or find better replacements.
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