They can just clash with the culture of the organization, disrupt teamwork, causing unrest and impacting overall performance.
According to Gallup surveys into employee engagement only around 30 percent of staff are engaged, with 50 percent disengaged and the remaining 20 percent are actively disengaged.
Based on researches, it has been understood that there are several components that makes up a persons attitude.
The components could be like for example, an emotional component where based on your emotions is how a situation or person is being valued.
Consequently, they are let go and then almost immediately team performance improves.
There's even a term for this, "addition by subtraction."Related: 3 Ways to Have a Positive Attitude Amid Failure As leaders, we're looking to create teams where the sum of the whole exceeds the sum parts and it's a good attitude that makes this possible.
Attitudes that influence or behaviors could also include the explicit and implicit.
Explicit attitude are those that e are constantly aware and influence our thoughts and believes.
Another component is the cognitive component where in it is based on your thoughts and believes of the subject.
And the last component is the behavioral component and this is one important component as it influences our behaviour.