How to deal with demotivated team member

How should a team leader act if he finds a senior team member is not performing upto his/ her standards due to lack of monetory growth and the team leader is aware that things wont improve much.

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  • Jul 10th, 2015

A) Find his remarks from previous project
B) Add few more task and make him feel as he doing some management task. Collect and review of team weekly report
C) Make him to represent in few management calls.
D) Involve more in coordination activity

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Chris Jiang

  • Jul 21st, 2015

Depends his ability, if only money issue, I will provide the opportunity to let him to prove him, so then I will report to HR, and to make a balance between the salary and ability.

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  • Aug 17th, 2015

At First we need to analyze what currently he is performing and compare with expectations... This will provide us a fair enough information. Where he is lacking and will motivate him to fulfill those gaps... Might he is performing the expected levels, but always the organization expect to perform beyond expectations...
In such condition provide some management or challenging activities and encourage him to perform more and capture regularly his activities and then discuss with next level /hr for hikes...

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