It is recommended to employees of clubs not to over expect from each other, analyze tasks realistically and consult with others in this case.
ü It is recommended to educate to employees of clubs that their tasks are not imposed on them, and they should know that they can successfully do them by effort. If club authorities find that an employee is not adapted with his job environment and he is a failure in doing his responsibility, this can be the result of his unrealistic views about getting social confirmation in his job that could be solved by consultation.
ü Club employees must prevent from probable problems. They should know that there might be problems in any decision but an employee is entitled to decide.
ü The employees of clubs must know that they need to have intellectual independence and all the tasks must not be imposed on them. Everyone can work without any dependency to others.
ü Decreasing inefficient observation of employees, some brochures are provided and delivered to club employees. In-service training about the causes of creation of inefficient Attitude and the mode of changing these observations can be held at clubs.
ü Since the term inefficient observation is not familiar for employees, it is recommended to club managers to hold a workshop with this title for familiarizing employees with these concepts and their importance.
ü Identifying and derivation of the causes of inefficient Attitude of some club employees.
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