White, Russell J.
August 2006
Credit Union Management;Aug2006, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p70
Trade Publication
The article analyzes the management problems to handle the employee issues. There are many incidents of reverse results due to the opposing advices of the managers. Yelling at the employees at the time of their struggle will not improve the situation at any cost. Therefore, to coach an insecure, troubled or poor-performing employee is a task of identifying and addressing the specific weak behaviors of the employee. The managers can address the issue by developing and teaching the employee while suggesting for a more positive outcome.


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