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Keep Negativity from Infecting Your Workplace
Keep Negativity from Infecting Your Workplace: Dealing with Whiners, Trouble-makers, Pessimists and Other Difficult Employees
Does your office have a bad apple?
It takes just one of those bad apples to infect the entire work force and demoralize everybody.
When confronted with employees who complain, criticize or try to stir up trouble, managers often feel frustrated and helpless. They may quickly assume that there is no way to change these "personality problems," so they just do their best to contain the damage. However, tolerating such harmful behaviors is definitely NOT the smartest strategy.
Chronic negativity frequently starts with only one or two employees, but it can quickly infect an entire department. When this happens, the inevitable result is reduced productivity, damaged morale and eventually increased turnover, so wise managers try to nip negativity in the bud.
In Keep Negativity from Infecting Your Workplace: Dealing with Whiners, Trouble-makers, Pessimists and Other Difficult Employees, Dr. Marie G. McIntyre teaches you specific strategies for combating negativity in your group and promoting more positive attitudes.
Banishing workplace negativity increases productivity, decreases turnover and boosts morale. Imagine how that will make you look as a manager.
Don't let negativity ruin your team! Keep Negativity from Infecting Your Workplace will help you find out how you can neutralize negativity in your workplace. Get your copy today!
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