Never “make up” for the non-team player’s lack of performance.
Instead, point out how their apathy and lack of engagement has hurt
efforts. Try to engage the Non-Team Player by asking for her opinion
and thoughts, and giving positive feedback when she engages.
If you discover that the Non-Team Player is really just an
extremely shy individual who prefers to work alone, find valuable
things for her to do that gel with their preferred approach.
Dawn Dugan specializes in writing books, articles, white papers, reports and special communications for the human resources industry. She is the co-author of Effective Executive Compensation, which was published by AMACOM in 2008. Read more...