Intimidating behaviour is a serious problem once it occurs.
No one would like to face any form of intimidation: neither in our work environment, nor in any personal area. When we define intimidating behaviour, we notice the following distinctive forms: This may result in intimidating behaviour in cases when staff members and co-workers are too afraid to stand up against these types of behaviour.
There are several techniques to confront effectively a person showing underperforming intimidating behaviour.
In many articles on conflict handling it is mentioned that a manager should not choose sides. A manager and leader in general should always investigate the truth.
Key points: the importance of following the protocols of the company and provide examples of his poor work behaviour effecting targets.