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Managing bad attitudes

Managing bad attitudes at the workplace doesn't mean firing the employees who have it.

Handling bad attitudes it's vital in times of crisis but this doesn't have to come by firing people. High performing employees are hard to develop, that's why managers should think twice before letting someone go.


How can managers improve a bad attitude without investing a couple of years in studying behavioral psychology? Here are three possible solutions:

  1. Through communication: explaining the situation and its negative consequences for the team and company;

  2. Through evaluation: evaluating the behavior and recompensating the right one;

  3. Through delegation: giving more provocative tasks changes focus, therefore influences attitude.


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