How to demotivate employees (and 5 things to do instead)

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We’ve all had bad days in which we said something that we later regretted. So, let’s make sure we all start off knowing that it isn’t always intentional.

When given the opportunity to lead, we may say things to employees that we shouldn’t or wish we hadn’t.

Inevitably, there are times at work in which we feel certain negative emotions:

OverwhelmedUnder pressureDiscouragedFrustratedAnnoyed

Unfortunately, in these moments it can be easy to make an employee on our team feel devalued and misunderstood even when we intended to do the very opposite.

No one comes to work and seeks to purposely

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