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Leaders Who Avoid Difficult Conversations Negatively Impact Productivity


Posted by Chism, Marlene at Saturday, 08/10/2013 7:25 pm
 
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You’ve heard me say that avoiding difficult conversations is a rip off. For those leaders and managers with a big heart, it can be very difficult to course-correct others. I believe this is often a training issue. First of all, if you as a leader do not identify the red flags, you will not be able to notice where course correction is needed. Secondly, if you don’t have the skills or tools, you will go into default mode which is avoidance or agreement.
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