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A former Google and Apple exec says most great employees are either 'rock stars' or 'superstars' — and you can't manage them the same way

Business Insider Saturday, 18 March 2017 ()
A former Google and Apple exec says most great employees are either 'rock stars' or 'superstars' — and you can't manage them the same wayPromotions are awesome. Even beyond compensation, they generally come with more power and prestige and, if you're really lucky, a "congratulations" cake.

But here's the thing. Not everyone wants a promotion.

Some people are perfectly content doing what they do best — whether that's writing, coding, or selling products —...
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