How to Manage Personal Power in a Team Setting?

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How to Manage Personal Power in a Team Setting?
Cora Montanez, Member
Seeking help. Suggestions/recommendations how to handle a (airport) building maintenance crew who are all capable tradesmen, but cannot get along. There are five in this crew and no formal leader. There is a self-appointed leader who is known to be a bully by the crew members. Bullying, meaning that he checks up on their work and suggests 'strongly' other ways of doing the job. That way is usually 'his' way. I have sent him to several interpersonal skill building class and so on. He has been counseled and warned. His behaviour gets better then slides right back. He is an excelllent worker and very talented, but cannot get along with his co-workers. They do have a supervisor, but direct supervision is not needed per se. They work alone or in teams depending on the task. Suggestions? Thank you....

How to Manage Personal Power in a Team Setting?
Lakic, Member
Why not let the worker work alone?
To build t...



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