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Think positive: Turnaround tactics for negative employees

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Negative employees aren’t just difficult to lead, they can create pervasive and lasting damage to your team’s collective culture, attitude, motivation and ability to succeed.

Given that an estimated 70% of employees don’t like their jobs, it’s likely that you’ll come up against at least one negative employee in the span of your management career.

Though your initial reaction may be to get rid of a negative employee as swiftly as possible, it’s not always a quick or feasible solution. Plus, you run the risk of backlash from human resources and other team members who are left to pick up the pieces once the employee leaves.

Instead of trying to oust a negative employee, try these tips to identify the root cause behind the bad attitude, to see if there’s any chance of helping the employee stage a turnaround.

Prime the employee’s brain to focus on the positive

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