Patience in Participation—Why Some Employees Refuse to Change

Aug 21, 2018 | Downloadable Tools for Leaders, Executive Coaching Blogs, Life Coaching Blogs, Pro Troublemaker Nation, Team Training, Workplace Communication

Frustrations at work get communicated in a variety of ways. Ideally, it should be through a compassionate conversation, but this isn’t always the case! When employees are showing up to team meetings with frowny faces and crossed arms, they’re communicating a real “problem” scenario up to all of their managers—and to their fellow team members.

So what’s really going on? Do these employees realize the implications of their behavior, or is everything just a misunderstanding? When managers remember to practice patience with these scenarios, everyone can start working better.

After you check out this video, head on down to the comments section. I’d love to hear your thoughts on employee engagement and how you navigate problem spots in your own team meetings! 

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