In This Chapter
- Team members who don’t pull their weight
- Dealing with team troublemakers
- Addressing stress and burnout
- Relieving boredom
- Creating a user-friendly workplace
As the team leader, you’ve done your best to create an effective team. You picked good people. You trained them. You established a collaborative environment—but the team still isn’t functioning as it should. Most members are doing their best, but some members exhibit problems that pull down the entire team.
In many teams, there are members who do superior work and resent having to “carry” less effective associates. In some teams there are members who ...