Dealing With a Critical Jerk
Need to confront a negative employee? Use this conversation plan and example language to tackle it with tact and effectiveness.
- Use this 4-word template to introduce and set up the conversation.
- How to avoid the #1 mistake people make when having difficult conversations with a negative employee.
- One word that will increase the likelihood this soon to be reformed "jerk" will change their ways when you ask.
- Three reasons you should close the conversation with this 4-word question.
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