HI Brooke, I’m struggling with an employee of ours. We have one main employee and she can sometimes be moody. (I know you are saying right now that I am probably moody too, but I really don’t think I am, especially at work). So here are my models:
The model that is not serving me:
C – I have an employee
T – She is sometimes moody, and it can last for days
F – annoyed, frustrated
A – nothing
R – feeling like I owe her something, which is so ridiculous. She is a paid employee and there to do the job.
C- I have an employee
T – That is just her being her human self
F – Calm, at peace
A – do what I always do and don’t let her mood affect me (Which I know you teach that it can’t affect me, but I have to keep reminding myself of that).
R – at peace because even though she is moody with us sometimes, she doesn’t show her moodiness to any of our clients.
My husband and I have talked and we don’t want to replace her on account of her moodiness, because she does her job very well otherwise.
How does these models look?
thank you! Cyndi