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Add to Cart Add to Cart. Add to Wishlist Add to Wishlist. The extensive topics in this book deal with how to handle characters ranging from Bunglers to Backstabbers to Bullies. When faced with difficult employees, too often managers and coworkers lack the skills for handling the stressful encounters, so they throw up their hands in complete exasperation. Establish a System for Filing Complaints. Dont Parent a Difficult Employee. Audit Teams for Hot Spots. Remove a Team Member if Necessary. Mine the Exit Interviews.
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151 Quick Ideas to Deal with Difficult People
Demand Sensitivity Training. Dont Be Star Struck. Know When to Cut Your Losses. Discourage Workaholics. Whats in It for Me? Ask Offenders for SelfEvaluation. Celebrate Transformations. Warding Off Harassers. Discourage Racist Jokes. Dont Take Disputes Personally. Establish Rules for Contentious Team Meetings.
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For 10 years she has written an acclaimed workplace column for Newsday a New York daily newspaper. She lives in New York with her husband and three teenagers. Have questions? Email us: admin jarirbooksusa.
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