As a leader, it’s easy to focus more of your management time on underperforming employees and let your best employees keep fulfilling their duties. You figure since the best employees don’t need your extra attention, you can focus on the ones who really need it. This sounds wonderful and perfect, but the truth is: all employees need attention and to be managed. Letting your best employees “fly under the radar”, so to speak, leaves them feeling frustrated, unmotivated, and not challenged. Long story short, even the best players on your team need coaching.