5 Ways to Deal With Employee Rivalries
Government Executive article, Barbara Jaurequi, a licensed marriage and family therapist, discusses ways that leaders can manage rivalries between two or more valuable staff members.
The five ways are:
1. Collect data.
2. Be willing to separate rivaling employees to reduce tension.
3. Know your limits.
4. Don't strive for perfect fairness.
5. Conduct an honest self-appraisal of favortist behaviors.
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