Difficult conversations with employees: 10 crucial rules to remember

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Initiating a talk with an employee who needs correction can be a roadblock for many managers. Whether it’s over a performance setback, a policy violation or an employee conflict, it may be tempting to brush the issue under the rug.

But as experienced leaders know, you can’t just hope the situation will blow over and resolve itself – most of the time, it will only get worse. This makes having difficult conversations with employees a vital part of a manager’s role.

Properly preparing for difficult conversations at work can make a big difference. Try these tips to put your fears in

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