Monday, August 3, 2009

The Hidden Reasons for Employee Nonperformance

The Hidden Reasons for Employee Nonperformance
They Don't Know Why They Should Do It
They Don't Know How To Do It
They Don't Know What They Are Supposed To Do
They Think Your Way Will Not Work
They Think Their Way Is Better
They Think Something Else Is More Important
There Is No Positive Consequence to Them for Doing It
They Think They Are Doing It
They Are Rewarded for Not Doing It
They Are Punished for Doing What They Are Supposed To Do
They Anticipate a Negative Consequence for Doing It
There Is No Negative Consequence to Them for Poor Performance
Obstacles Beyond Their Control
Their Personal Limits Prevent Them from Performing
Personal Problems
No One Could Do It
A New Management Approach That Gets You the Best Results
Use Preventive Management To Maintain Good Performance