Performance and Conflict Management
An employee’s poor or under performance can come in the form of failure to fulfill performance standards, non-compliance with work policies or procedures, and unacceptable, disruptive or negative behavior that impacts their work, work environment or co-workers.
Many personal and work factors can adversely affect an employee’s work performance, including:
- Employee’s physical and/or psychological health concerns
- Issues with the work environment
- Inter-personal challenges and conflicts
- Supervisory or resource concerns
- Lack of needed competency and capacity
- Unclear direction or performance expectations
- Lack of motivation
- Other concerns in their personal life.
Failure to effectively address these performance-impacting issues and concerns can result in costly and detrimental outcomes for the organization, the affected employee, and other employees, including more significant deterioration in performance and productivity, low morale, increased psychological or physical effects, and/or reduced rate of retention.
Insight’s associates and therapists can support and work hand-in-hand with you to: help employees address issues that are affecting their performance and work relationships as well as develop the skills and competencies needed to improve their performance and work relationships.