5 Tips for a more equitable leadership style: Envy among colleagues


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There is a lot of pressure in the office: one of the employees is completely overburdened and frustrated because she has to do her own work as well as her colleague. What can you as Chef do?

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If one employee works for the other

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Although she regularly surpasses her own goals with much diligence, commitment and dedication. However, this is not much felt by her colleague. Quite the contrary: It creates so little that a part of their jobs must be taken over by the efficient employee - only in this way can all operations in the department be kept going.

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An office classic, as it is in the book. But what happens here? On the one hand, workload and pressure accumulate among an employee; she feels abandoned by her colleague.

Understand the employees and their situation

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In addition, the lack of understanding of the fact that the salary does not reflect their different use is also likely to grow. Finally, it is quite unjust if both are paid almost equally.

The hard-working employee does not want to drag the colleague along with her. However, until a team member addresses such a problem to the supervisor, the proverbial cask is about to overflow. Who likes to go to the boss to blacken a colleague?

Sincere understanding relaxes the situation

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The situation is also difficult for the executive. Perhaps the boss can do little to solve the problem. A good opportunity, however, is offered by the employee discussion, because the overworked team member is given priority.

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Depending on the flexibility of the corporate structures, a complaint may actually be an impulse, for example to make the remuneration system more equitable. More relevant to the success and satisfaction of the team, however, is that the supervisor fulfills his role more consistently.

Tips for a more equitable leadership style

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However, one thing should be clear: As a boss, you are also partly to blame if the tasks are poorly distributed or below-average performance is compensated by other team members. To prevent this, you should clearly formulate the expectations of individual employees - in the following steps:

  1. Understanding: Signal a colleague complaining, "I understand your point, I realize that the issue of justice is important to you, and I will try to make it happen."
  2. Get away from expectations: To understand the employee, however, does not mean to give him the right. Leaders should dissociate themselves from this - as a rule, such a statement only fosters expectations that are not, or are difficult to fulfill.
  3. Avoid spongy requirements: Say linguistically precise and as concrete as possible, what to do and how you want to see the instructions implemented. With a phrase like, "I expect more quality from you." no employee can do something. How should he know what quality is for the supervisor?
  4. Specific instructions: Instead, targets are more likely to be met when the boss instructs, "By the end of the week, I'll need an overview of all of your channel partners with the following details: xyz, then we'll discuss the next steps."
  5. Transparent reviews: Create transparent structures to assess employees' performance. It is important that all team members can understand them.

Clarify the company structure

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Often, unevenly loaded teams are in Company grown over years, because harmony and solidarity are important values ​​in many companies. However, this makes it difficult to evaluate a work performance even critically - at least when appropriate.

Clear structures and performance assessments make the system more transparent, transparent and fair to all employees. On this basis, supervisors can lead more easily and more consistently.

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  1. SB

    Unfortunately, injustice can look quite different: the colleague gets the fillet pieces and the rest may always do the dork jobs. The boss responds irritated when she is addressed that you want to do MORE or more demanding. He has been 7 years in the company ...

    • Simone Janson

      Thanks for the hint. Since you should perhaps think about the change to another department or another company.

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