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Avoid The Following When Giving Negative Feedback To An Employee
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Avoid The Following When Giving Negative Feedback To An Employee

The use of ‘she’ is simply to facilitate reading.

A manager will rarely get good results by humiliating an employee, which in reality is what happens in this example.

DID…A manager criticized one of her employees for her work on a report in the middle of a team meeting, so in front of all her colleagues.

SHOULD HAVE…Instead she should have sat down alone with the employee to communicate her message. With this approach the manager shows respect for her employee and in return has a much better chance of maintaining the employee’s (and the rest of the team’s) respect as well.

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