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Arun Chopra
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Dear All,
I have joined a company as HR and i have a team of 4 where there are not at all cooperative as one of them was working from the day off.He has been used to old culture and not able to change.The biggest challenge for me is management says not remove him but groom him but he is no at all understanding and misleading the team..
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Any change is first resisted more so by the those who are used to old work culture. You need to inject the change in small doses without making them consciously aware of it. Patience is the key with such people more so when the management does not wnat to remove him. What cannot be cured shall be endured till the patient responds to the treatment.But he will accept the change one day as is the case with every change. One solution is if he cannot be removed, you can convince the managment that he can be shifted to other jobs in administration or finance.
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Dear Srinivas,
The most important aspect is ' Intentions ' which originate from behaviors/attitudes/thinking in the reverse order. therefore concentrate on your survival and keep putting in untiring efforts to find an opportunity to prove that his intentions and results run to his vested intrests and counter to the organizational gains, do it as often as possible while keeping the management in good humour. This has been my proven practice and I have found that more than often the providence also moves with you in this so long as you are CLEAN. God bless & take care.
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