2. Along for the ride
Then, there are people who interpret the shared responsibility of teamwork as "everyone else is responsible," Maasik says. The best way to deal with these folks is to assign them a role within the team and outline their responsibilities; you also can ask them if there's a specific area they're more interested in working on to see if you can ignite their passion.
"Sometimes you can motive these folks by giving them a chance to lead, or making them responsible for something they care about. If they have a track record of laziness, though, you need to speak with supervisors and keep an eye on them, unfortunately," he says.