In my travels across North America working with teams in manufacturing, distribution, insurance, not-for-profit and even health care, invariably in every successful team there exists one or two people who fail to commit. You likely know who I’m talking about. It’s the employees who constantly complain but do nothing to help the situation; it’s those who never seem satisfied despite how hard you work to address their concerns; sometimes it’s those who lash out against co-workers about their poor performance, failing to recognize that they themselves are not meeting objectives.
Have you ever had an employee like this? Are you working with them now?
I’ve coined the term DUD to capture the essence of these employees. Don’t worry though, the term actually has a meaning and isn’t just some biased statement. In my experience there are several things you can do to help a DUD employee become a more productive and positive member of the team. It takes some work and of course patience, but there is hope.
In this week’s video I describe what I mean by the term DUD, and share the specific strategies that I’ve helped dozens of clients employ in order to continuously improve the performance of their team.
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