Team Conflict – Adversarial Employee – Part II
Then… the finger-pointing began again. Most noticeably from one member of our team. He began to say how the other team was not responding quick enough, they were trying to do our job, and that they want too much control. The rest of the team discussed with him that things were working better, we shot holes in his theories, noted that there has been a major improvement, and told him that we were sure to improve if we continue to communicate.
Then came the internet….
- Recognize that there is problem and stop it before it becomes a bigger problem.
- Address any concerns from members of your team.
- Remember the purpose of the team is to work together and achieve an outcome.
- You will most likely be working together for quite some time and the best possible relationship is an amicable one.
- The Butterfly Effecting Teams (customer-centric-services.com)
- Diagnose and Cure Team Drift (crystalkeyministries.wordpress.com)
- Hard Things To Say As a Leader (linked2leadership.com)
- Teambuilding without Time Wasting (magicofteams.wordpress.com)