Why Women Leaders Should Welcome the Challenge of a Difficult Employee
Did you know that leading difficult people can actually be beneficial to you?
We have all found times when we’ve had to lead difficult people. In retail or business operations, they can deliver poor customer service to your patrons. In project teams, they can slow down the progress of creativity. In any setting, they can drive you up the wall! You probably don’t have to think hard to identify someone you lead who is causing you trouble.
But there’s good news. Leading that difficult person actually has a positive side. Here are four ways that you can benefit from this challenge: