August 2012

Dealing with Difficult People Part Two: Mind the Gap!

Last month we showed that the initial stage of dealing with a difficult person was to first encourage the individual to acknowledge his or her own behaviour; then they can move towards taking full responsibility for changing it. This month we explore how, by using a structured three-step approach, ownership and commitment can be passed from the manager to the difficult employee.

John Whitmore once wrote:

"When I want to, I perform better than when I have to. I want to for me, I have to for you."

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