A HBR article I read this morning stated that when a team member procrastinates or displays a bad attitude, there’s a real risk of social contagion that drags down the morale and productivity of those around them. This is something I've witnessed in the past with different managers taking different approaches to it. It got me wondering what the best approach to this situation is, I've had "no nonsense" managers simply decide that its best to replace the individual team member quickly and I've seen a more wrap around approach of trying to coach them out of the bad attitude. Is there a correct approach or should it be case by case? and if so how long do you spend trying?