Category Archives: Managing Conflict

Are Your Employees Under Performing?

Detecting Poor Performance Detecting poor performance in an employee is not always as easy as it seems, but any check list should cover the following: Aggression:  Appears to provoke a lot of conflict?  Others seem reluctant to work with them?  Customers sometimes complain about behaviour? Childishness:  Practical jokes?  Silly comments?   Keeps colleagues up late at… Read More »

Peer Group Pressure Is Connected To A Team’s Ability To Give Each Other Feedback

One of the most difficult things for a manager to do is give difficult feedback. This is a common issue with significant amounts of training/coaching provision and HR time given to it. However there is a sub genre of this issue that gets very little attention, in many ways causing even more difficulty when trying… Read More »