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Motivation and Leadership
|II.||Summary of facts|
|III.||Statement of the problem|
|VI.||Best solution and its implementation|
VI. Best solution.
According to my opinion, the optimum solution which is the less costly and creates the less disputes and avoids new classifications in the business, is the one where Mr. Martin and Mr. Franklin are being recommended about their work styles and the techniques they are using. The board of directors should consult Mr. Martin about his way of treating the employees so as to be more approachable in any fair demands that they might have. His surveillance of the production could become more discrete, in order for the employees to obtain some self-confidence and stop feeling like rookies. But whenever a mistake occurs, Mr. Martin should verbally punish, in a way, the workers so as not a similar thing happens again. I also want to notice that a good leader has to be first a good follower and is obliged to follow directions from his foremen as well.
As for Mr. Franklin, he should change his attitude towards to his employees by not being so close to them through constant chatting. This gives them the freedom to be outspoken and deal with him as a friend. There must be kept some lines in the workforce of any kind, and both sides have to know which are their obligations to one another and from which point and on, their requirements begin. Additionally, he has to become more flexible in problem solving and know how to deal with a turnover. In other words, he should start keeping some distance from them in order to gain some respect and make them feel that, there are some limits that they shouldn't be crossed.
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