There’s a bully in your workplace. There’s a manipulator who stirs the pot. There’s a poor performer who never really steps up to the plate. People bicker, argue, slack off, arrive late, make excuses, and blame each other. It’s enough to drive any leader crazy.
Why do people do what they do?
Because it’s allowed.
When people call me it’s for one primary reason: they want the drama to stop. They keep focusing on their problem employees, the bad behaviors, and the ineffective performance. The real problem is the leader is looking in all the wrong places.
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Marlene Chism is an executive educator, consultant, and author of Stop Workplace Drama, (Wiley 2011) and No-Drama Leadership (Bibliomotion 2015). She works with executives, and high-performing leaders who want to transform culture in the workplace. To explore opportunities please email email@example.com