Zhǐ zàiyì bùshǔ de quēdiǎn, zhè bùjǐn shì yúchǔn, yěshì bù fù zérèn de
To only notice your subordinates’ weaknesses is not only foolish, but irresponsible as well.
two main responsibilities of an executive: to capitalise on and discover their subordinates strengths.
He said that a good manager should not be asking “What is my subordinate bad at?” but rather “what can my subordinate bring to the table? What are they good at?”, because the manager has a duty to the organisation and his subordinates to put the right people in the right positions. That way, even if every one of his workers has weaknesses, they can still contribute according to their strengths.