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1. The question most people and organizations would ask themselves is (as I see it): How much control should be exercised before that ultimately "kills" employees' motivation, productivity, and engagement. An employee in a very big bank where I live reported recently that he was feeling constantly monitored by its firm to the point that he become sick. The bank was accessing his communication, in all forms, monitor his work, etc. He thought himself suspected for something without anyone telling him what all this about.

What do you think of this? Thoughts?

2. High Performance Team Elements and Reasons (Briefly input your thoughts about these team elements below)

Communication:
Conflict Resolution:
Trust:

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1. The question most people and organizations would ask themselves is (as I see it): How much control should be exercised before that ultimately "kills" employees' motivation, productivity, and engagement. An employee in a very big bank where I live reported recently that he was feeling constantly monitored by its firm to the point that he become sick. The bank was accessing his communication, in all forms, monitor his work, etc. He thought himself suspected for something without anyone telling him what all this about.

What do you think of this? Thoughts?

I believe that is classical leadership, and what the workplace is doing is considered a hostile environment. For example, I recently experienced this at a college I used to work for because of me confronting a co-worker about her behavior. She failed to take responsibility; consequently, management backed her up, which made their actions unethical. In that process, many of them chose to break the ...

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