Share this Page URL

Part: 2 Managing Garden-Variety Employees - Pg. 54

54 Part 2. Managing Garden-Variety Employees Most of the difficult behavior you encounter is likely to be of the "garden-variety" type. It's not mali- cious but, it's all around you. It's the silly little habits of others, procrastinating, arguing, negativity ... It's important to manage these situations before they get worse. While this kind of difficult behavior is annoying, it can also impede employee morale and productivity. So, what do garden-variety dif- ficult employees look like? And what can you do to manage the difficult situations they create in a proactive constructive way? Let's take a look at some answers to these questions.