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Each negative behavior has a cause

Each negative behavior has a cause that leads it. Leaders who want to gain performance from all their employees -not only from the highly motivated ones- have to find that cause and address it. They will gain higher performance from their employees, and will also gain their loyalty.

When dealing with negative behaviors in the workplace, leaders must understand that each behavior has a particular cause. The biggest provocation a leader has is to find that cause and to eliminate it.


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