Our message is clear. All leadership styles have the ability to guide the organization through challenging times, simply by focusing on kindness, compassion, and grace. We have five key action steps leadership can incorporate in managing change.
A review of a congregational conflict resolution, a plan to facilitate recovery, the 6 week process used and the results.
No one would state that the firing decision is easy. So the question remains, how to get past the suffering and on to the next stage. Enter the “Employee Cost/Benefit Employment Worksheet”. It sets out a process that every manager/supervisor/director should be going through when dealing with an employee that may be competent in skills, but a toxic element in the office.
What a sick office culture looks like. The bad news: if your office displays 2 of the following 5 team maladies, you have a sick office culture: 1. Interoffice sabotage (usually driven by gossip) 2. Excessive non-medical absenteeism 3. Limited dialogue, lack of free expression 4. High turnover – all staff positions. 5. No passion. Lack of direction. It’s for the paycheck, not the team There is good news...